Monthly Archives: June 2017

New Workshop| Wed. July 12. 2017| 6-8pm

Attachment & Bonding in Adoption Wed, July 12, 6pm – 8pm Coalition for Children, Youth & Families, 6682 W Greenfield Ave #310, Milwaukee, WI  Register Today! Adoption Wellness offers a comprehensive pre/post adoptive family training. All trainings meet the State of Wisconsin Core Competencies for adoption as well as the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoptions

New Event| November 3-5, 2017

 Umoja- A Black Heritage Experience Created for families raising black and bi-racial children, this experience provides an opportunity for children and their families to examine, explore, reflect, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse traditions of black identities and culture in the US.   If this fits your family, please plan to join us at

New Webinar!

Adopting the Older Child: Fostering Safety & Security Thu, June 22, 6pm – 8pm About the Training It’s no secret that adopting an older child has its own unique challenges. On a rough day, navigating those challenges can be exhausting. You may question if your child will ever attach, or if you are equipped to

New Book| Everybody's Son

“They all have competing claims on him and they all perhaps love him and need him for slightly different reasons,” she says. “But if I have done my job right, the reader will understand that there is not one of these characters who would not give their life for this boy.”A new novel by Thrity

New Book| To Have and Not to Hold

Like many adoption accounts, this is a story of love, sacrifice, sorrow, hope and joy, but this book goes beyond that. This book goes deep into the heart of what goes on in a young, unexpected mother-to-be’s mind when adoption surfaces as the best road to take.   For more info, go to lorriantoszbenson.com

Adoption Choice, Inc. receives special gift from 5th grade students

  On May 24, 2017, Assistant Director, Beth Garbe, was invited to come to Chappell Elementary School in Green Bay to receive a special gift. Fifth grade teacher, Kelly Hohman, greeted them along with a group of students. These students had chosen to research the topic of adoption for their exhibition project.  Without any assistance, these