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Adopt from Korea
In mid-June, the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) announced that starting July 1, local government entities will counsel birth mothers and take relinquishments of children. After the relinquishment, the local government assigns the child to be cared for by one of the Korean adoption agencies.
Adopt from Morocco
Moroccan children 6-13 months old, older children, children with identified needs and some siblings are in need of loving Muslim families.
For many people, a waiting child adoption is a wonderful way to add to their family. A waiting child is a child who is legally free for adoption but does not yet have a permanency plan. A child may be waiting because of a identified need, birth family risk, or age.
Interested families are invited to learn more about New Beginnings’ current waiting children.
Adopt From Thailand
Children in Thailand in need of adoptive families range in age from three years to pre-teen. They are typically healthy and receive a great deal of attention and care.
Adopt from China
The Chinese Adoption program is one of the most stable and established international adoption program available to families today. Adoption services are provided through China’s Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption (CCWA). Currently, children waiting for adoption in China are older children (3+) and those who have mild to moderate identified cognitive or physical needs. To ensure these children join a family as soon as possible, CCWA expedites their adoption processes.
As a Hague Accredited Agency, New Beginnings can provide Supervised Home Study Services for most agencies and programs. We also do home studies for domestic adoptions. For families who are working with a separate agency for the placement of the child, New Beginnings offers home study and post-adoption services to families residing in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
Latest News From New Beginnings
Korea has a history of providing quality care and services to the children in their care. This has been possible because of the many generous donors who support Eastern in their mission. It is now our turn to help. There are 150 children in care, and many are waiting...
Learn more about adopting from South Korea. Join us December 15, 8:00 pm est. for a no-obligation, live webinar that will provide an overview about adopting from South Korea through New Beginnings Family and Children's Services. The session will address eligibility,...
Join us for a no-obligation, live webinar to learn about adopting from Morocco through New Beginnings Family & Children’s Services. The webinar will provide details about the Morocco adoption process–eligibility, timing…
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For many people, a waiting child adoption is a wonderful way to add to their family. A waiting child is a child who is legally free for adoption, but does not yet have a permanency plan. We currently have waiting children from Morocco, Thailand and Korea. A family...
In mid-June NB Morocco Kafala Program Director Jane Lee and NB Case Manager Griffin Smith traveled to Morocco for meetings with NB Morocco staff and orphanage partners, and to deliver training for staff and local representatives from Kafala court and related offices....