Adoptive parents and child


Adopting from Foster care

Grow your family while helping a child in foster care

Make an informed decision

Children in foster care are in temporary custody of the state due to various circumstances requiring their birth parents to complete services that allow them to be reunited if it is in the best interest of the child.

Although some children are reunited with their birth parents, some are not and become available for adoption. We can help you in every step of the process and explain all the benefits and risks to help you make an informed decision.

Who can Foster or Adopt?

Much like our foster care service, adoption from foster care is very much the same. We still mostly focus on children who are experiencing behavioral and attachment difficulties related to being neglected and or abused.

Potential adoptive parents, should meet the following minimum requirements:

Must pass a criminal background check

Must be a good physical health

Will need to be able to financially provide for a child

Must be at least 21 years of age

How to start the process

Potential adoptive parents must fill out and submit an Application along with a Background Check and Reference Questionnaire.

You may download the necessary documents by clicking on the download button below.

Foster parents looking over paperwork

Inquiry Form

Any other questions or concerns regarding foster parent requirements or documentation can be submitted below.

Your inquiries are very important to us and we welcome hearing from you.

* Note that you should not submit confidential information through this form.

Information provided is for general purpose only. Any communications through this site does not set a client relationship and is not provided as medical advice. 

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Report abuse or neglect

If you believe a child is experiencing neglect or abuse please call 1-800-252-5400 or visit Texas Abuse Hotline