Adoptions From The Heart is hosting a free informational meeting called “Discovering Domestic Adoption” at their Cherry Hill, NJ office on March 20th, 2018.
Feb 23, 2018 /prREACH/ -- There are individuals and couples throughout the United States who make the wonderful decision to add to their family through adoption every year. While this decision is often an easy and exciting one, the first steps in the adoption journey can be overwhelming.
Often the first choice that needs to be made is whether to pursue an international or domestic adoption. While international adoption is a beautiful way to grow a family, domestic adoption is frequently overlooked due to long-lived myths that have been spread, incorrect information that Adoptions From The Heart is working hard to dispel.
The first common myth about domestic adoption is that waiting families frequently have to wait for excessively long periods of time before they are matched with a child. However, the reality is that most prospective parents are matched with their child in less than a year. Second, prospective parents are typically told that the costs of domestic adoption are astronomical when compared to international adoption but the truth is that on average, adoption costs are typically the same regardless of location.
A free informational meeting is being hosted by Adoptions From The Heart, called “Discover Domestic Adoption”, at their Cherry Hill, NJ office on March 20th, 2018 for anyone who is interested in learning more about the agency and the domestic adoption process which places infants directly from the hospital. A socail worker will be available to answer any questions that attendees may have at the end of the presentation.
Adoptions From The Heart is a private non-profit adoption agency that has been helping both pregnant women and prospective parents since 1985. The agency helps to connect birth parents to prospective parents through a database of profiles of waiting families and supports all parties involved throughout the adoption process. In addition to this, the agency provides lifetime support for adoptees.