January's Top 5 FAQs

Posted by Gladney Center for Adoption on 2/3/19 10:53 AM

We love educating people about adoption and Gladney. Below are the Top 5 questions Gladney's Team were asked in January:

I saw a child on a recent blog post and want to learn more about him. How do I learn more about him?

We would love to share information with you about all of our waiting children featured on our website. Please contact us at superkids@gladney.org for more information.

How much does it cost to adopt from your domestic infant program?

We are excited to announce a new all-inclusive fee f $47,500. There is also a scholarship program dedicated to ensuring the cost of adoption is not a barrier to your dream of becoming parents. As a non-profit agency, we work hard to keep the process of adoption as affordable as possible while ensuring you receive premier service. Check out different ways our clients have used to pay for their adoption

My girlfriend is pregnant and we want to look into adoption. Can you help?

We can help you and your girlfriend get answers to your questions about adoption and what adoption would like like for you all and your baby. To start with we would love to answer any question you might have and gather some information about both of you, and your girlfriend's pregnancy. After that, you would be assigned a caseworker who would help you find a family that's a good match for you. You and she would get to chose the family that is right for your. Your caseworker would also help you make a plan for the hospital and help you navigate all of the legal stuff and offer grief and loss support. Call or text us at 800-452-3639 or live chat with us.

We want to adopt a child. How do we get started?

Your first step is to request our free Information Packet. If you have any other questions, please reach out to our Adoption Advisor, Judy Hayes, at judy.hayes@gladney.org or 817-922-6008.

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I just graduated with a social worker's degree and want to work in the adoption field. Are you hiring?

Working in the adoption field is emotionally rewarding and Gladney is definitely a wonderful place to work. Check our website for open positions


Topics: Adoption, Domestic Infant, Unplanned Pregnancy, Waiting Child, FAQ

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