Adoption Services

  • California Department of Social Services - Foster Care

    State/Province: 
    California
  • Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services

    State/Province: 
    Arkansas
    Phone: 
    General Information 1-800-482-8988

    From the Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services site:

    DCFS is seeking Foster Family Homes and Adoptive Homes for children in foster care.
    Qualified Adoptive homes are needed for children of all nationalities, sibling groups of three or more
    and children with Special Needs to include children with emotional, mental or medical needs.
    DCFS is also seeking foster families for children of all ages who cannot currently live with their birth
    families due to the risk of neglect, physical or sexual abuse.

  • NEVADA DIVISION OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

    Address 1: 
    4126 Technology Way
    Address 2: 
    3rd Floor
    City: 
    Carson City
    State/Province: 
    Nevada
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    89706
    Phone: 
    (775) 684-4400

    From the DCFS site:

    The Nevada Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS), together in genuine partnership with families, communities and other governmental agencies, provides support and services to assist Nevada's children and families in reaching their full human potential. DCFS recognizes that Nevada's families are our future and children, youth and families thrive when they:

    *Live in safe, permanent settings

    *Experience a sense of sustainable emotional and physical well being

  • Idaho Foster Care and Adoption Programs

    State/Province: 
    Idaho
    Phone: 
    1-800-926-2588

    From the ID Foster Care and Adoption Program Page:

    Fostering Idaho's Future

    Every child deserves a safe and loving home. Foster care and adoption provide that to Idaho’s youngest and most vulnerable citizens.

    However, children are not the only ones to benefit from these programs. Serving as a foster parent or adopting a child can be an extremely rewarding experience, the kind of experience that enriches the lives of everyone involved.

  • Utah Division of Child and Family Services

    Address 2: 
    120 North 200 West, #225
    City: 
    Salt Lake City
    State/Province: 
    UT
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    84103
    Phone: 
    (801) 538-4100

    From the UT Child and Family Services Page:

    Our goal is to have communities where children grow up safe from abuse, neglect, and dependency, where adults are protected from domestic violence, and where parents can be strengthened in their capacity to keep their family safe.

  • Montana Department of Public Health and Family Services

    Address 1: 
    1400 Broadway (Cogswell Building)
    City: 
    Helena
    State/Province: 
    MT
    Phone: 
    (406) 444-5900

    From the Montana CFSD site:

    The Child and Family Services Division (CFSD) is a part of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Its mission is to keep Montana's children safe and families strong.

    The division provides state and federally mandated protective services to children who are abused, neglected, or abandoned. This includes receiving and investigating reports of child abuse and neglect, working to prevent domestic violence, helping families to stay together or reunite, and finding placements in foster or adoptive homes.

  • Wyoming Department of Family Services

    Address 1: 
    2300 Capitol Ave.
    Address 2: 
    Hathaway Building
    City: 
    Cheyenne
    State/Province: 
    Wyoming
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    82002
    Phone: 
    307-777-7564

    From the Foster Care page of the Wyoming Department of Family Services:

    Welcome to the Department of Family Services. We are excited about your interest in our foster care program. Please look at our different links available on this page and don't forget the important link "Contact us about foster care" This will enable you to provide us a way to contact you to discuss your interest, answer any questions and hopefully start you on the path to become a foster parent.

  • Colorado Department of Human Services - Division of Child Welfare

    Address 1: 
    1575 Sherman Street
    City: 
    Denver
    State/Province: 
    Colorado
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    80203
    Phone: 
    303-866-5932

    From the CDHS site:

    Foster parents are a finite resource. They are part of the team that helps make a real and lasting difference in the lives of Colorado's families and children. It is everyone's responsibility to support and retain our foster families.

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  • New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department

    Address 1: 
    P.O. Drawer 5160
    City: 
    Sante Fe
    State/Province: 
    New Mexico
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    87502
    Phone: 
    1-800-432-2075

    From the CYFD site:

    The department provides an array of prevention, intervention, rehabilitative and after-care services to New Mexico children and their families.

    CYFD protects abused and neglected children, rehabilitates delinquent and incarcerated youth and provides child care subsidies, promotes and supports quality child care and administers statewide domestic violence programs. Please contact our staff to find out more about our programs or to find out how you can help.

  • Foster Care Services - North Dakota Department of Social Services

    Address 2: 
    600 East Boulevard
    City: 
    Bismarck
    State/Province: 
    North Dakota
    ZIP/Post Code: 
    58505
    Phone: 
    (800) 245-3736

    On the ND Foster Care Page:

    * Foster care is 24-hour out-of-home care for children whose parents are unable, neglect, or refuse to provide for their children's needs. It includes food, clothing, shelter, security, safety, guidance and comfort
    * In nearly all cases, the child in care has been removed from home by a court order, with custody given to a public agency, such as the Division of Juvenile Services, County Social Services, or Tribal Social Services