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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adoption

Adoption is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting of another, usually a child, .... degree of exploitation that occurred, gave rise to new agencies and a series of laws that promoted adoption arrangements rather than indenture.

www.childsworld.ca.gov/pg1302.htm

In an agency adoption, a public or licensed private adoption agency or a CDSS adoptions regional or field office places the child for adoption. The birth parent's ...

www.adopt.org/types-adoptions

You can learn more about the children by contacting the public or private agencies in your community. A list is available asking for adoption information on the ...

www.americanadoptions.com/adoption

American Adoptions is one of the largest non-profit licensed domestic adoption agencies in the nation. American Adoptions provides a full range of services to ...

www.childwelfare.gov/topics/adoption/adoptive/finding-agency

Find information in this section on identifying an adoption agency for domestic or intercountry adoption.

www.afamilyforeverychild.org/Adoption/AdoptionAgency

A Family For Every Child's Adoption Agency helps Oregon and Washington Families get involved with children so they can go from foster care to adoption.

davethomasfoundation.org/adoption-guide/step-3-select-an-adoption-agency

Not all adoption agencies are alike, so you'll want to choose carefully. Some handle the entire adoption process, helping you throughout. Others expect you to .

adoption.laws.com/adoption-agencies

An adoption agency is an office, a court, or another entity that is authorized under the laws or statutes of a particular Commonwealth, a State, a Territory or a ...

www.adoptivefamilies.com/adoption-infertility-directory/adoption-agencies

An adoption agency can guide you through the process and provide information and support at each step of way. The adoption agency listings in this directory ...

www.parents.com/parenting/adoption/facts/agency-vs-independent-adoption

Of the options listed above, agency adoptions provide the greatest assurance of monitoring and oversight since agencies are required to adhere to licensing and  ...