We know that you want adoption facts as you explore adoption for your family. We know that you need to weigh the challenges, the investment and the wait.
Gladney is excited to share with you an opportunity to host a Colombian orphan this summer in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
AdoptED's free high school curriculum is designed to address the problems of teen pregnancy and dropout rates while offering factual information on the adoption option.
Edna Gladney was an early children's rights advocate. She made the welfare of "unwanted" children the center of her life and personally placed children with adoptive families. Because of her passion and tenacious personality, Mrs. Gladney was named Superintendant of the Texas Children's Home and Aid Society in 1927. She held that position for 33 years.
Read the latest information about Gladney's China and Taiwan's adoption program in January's Gladney Newsletter.
Interested in having your school system teach our unique curriculum on adoption? Check out AdoptED To Go, developed by The Gladney Center for Adoption in Fort Worth, TX.
2018 brings reflection and a look back on the past year. You may be a numbers person, or you may be a story person. Whichever you are, Gladney Center for Adoption has you covered!