International Adoption Programs
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We work directly with Eastern Social Welfare Society for our Korean International Adoption Program. ESWS and Korean adoption has always set the standard for professionalism in family and children’s services. Many of our families have adopted a child through ESWS. Families thinking about international adoption should consider the Korean Program. Learn more about adopting a child from Korea »
Our Thailand Program is small, but can be a wonderful option for some families. We began placing children from Thailand in 1987, making our Thai International Adoption Program one of our longest running programs. We work with the Pattaya Orphanage. They take wonderful care of the children, with a large, professional staff. For young couples that cannot have children, the Thai program is excellent. Learn more about adopting a child from Thailand »
For many years America’s image of international adoption was the China Program and the tens of thousands of girls who were placed with families. The success of Chinese adoption begins with the quality work of the China Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption (CCCWA). Over the last five years, Chinese adoption has changed to a Waiting Children’s Program. For families that might be open to a pre-school age or older child, or a child with medical concerns, the waiting children’s program is a very good option. Waiting children adoptions for China are usually completed in less than 18 months. Learn more about adopting a child from China »
Morocco Kalafa Adoption
For Muslim American families, Morocco should be considered. New Beginnings cooperates with two orphanages in Morocco: The Rita Zniber Foundation and Creche de Tangier. Both are very professional and take good care of the children. The children placed are infants and older. Morocco is a good fit for young married couples and single females.
There are many children available for adoption that are older or have special needs. Grants are available to our families’ adopting a waiting child. Beyond the Placement provides grants to help families adopting from Korea or Thailand. The Kafala Fund helps families adopting a waiting child from Morocco.