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Old 10-01-2012, 01:18 PM   #5
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Re: considering adoption and confused

Many areas do not even have specific foster to adoption programs and you just have to try your luck fostering.

When we were looking a private domestic infant adoption, one of the agencies we looked at was American Adoptions and I know they are based in Kansas. They are quite expensive, but may be a good place to begin your research. Compared to the other national agencies I looked into, American Adoptions was the least pushy, most professional (amazing how some aren't).... I am remembering now they have a child limit for their regular program (we were going to do their AA program) but I think it's not set in stone. I can't say I recommend them since I never used then besides asking questions for 1.5 years (always the same guy I was talking with) but since they are in your state, could be a good place to start.
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