Adoption Support Center

We are available 24 hours a day and can answer all of your adoption-related questions. The Adoption Support Center is a safe, friendly place where you can talk honestly about any issues you are facing. Our guiding philosophy at the Adoption Support Center is that you will get the adoption Support Center you are meant to raise. Our office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30 EST.

We’re located just north of the canal in Broad Ripple. Post Adoption Relief team building: ASAP assists families in identifying individuals, natural supports, and recreational activities that can provide relief and support for all family members. Family Camp: Today’s families face unprecedented challenges. Demands for our time – work, school, sports, and other activities – make it increasingly hard for families to connect with one another in meaningful ways. Our family camp experience provides an opportunity to grow and connect with one another in a fun, outdoor environment. Community education: ASAP involves and trains local mental healthcare professionals and others. Families adopting internationally or privately are also eligible to receive services through the ASAP program.

These families are asked to pay a small fee based on a sliding scale. Adoption Support and Preservation staff members are on call to assist families across the state of Tennessee. Families may contact the ASAP helpline at 888. ASAP to make a request to begin services and to learn more about the program. Referring professionals are encouraged to contact ASAP with any questions and to refer families for ASAP services by contacting ASAP at 888. ASAP is a collaboration between Harmony Family Center and Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.

ASAP is funded through a grant from the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services. We are excited to announce the first phase of construction has finally begun! Due to complexities with the project, the expansion will be completed in two phases. Phase I will include modifications to our main level and our basement including the addition of much needed living space for our Rescues, dedicated space for dogs and puppies, and the modernization of our ventilation system. 780,000 needed to complete Phase I. A VERY heartfelt thank-you for the generous support of the Ehlert Family Foundation as well as that of the Johnson Family. We also appreciate the kind help of our Rescue supporters who have donated or bought bricks to commemorate the new facility.

Please consider supporting our expansion for Special Needs pets by donating. We are so grateful for your support of the Rescues in our community. Send a donation directly to us at Barb’s Precious Rescue and Adoption Center, 313 N Quentin Rd, Palatine, IL 60067. Barb’s is offering supporters the opportunity to buy dedication bricks to be a permanent part of the new expansion. 250 each with funds going towards our construction costs.

Download a brick order form here. We’ve done some really wonderful things together and with your help, we’ll do even more. Thank you for your kindness, love, and generosity, from all of your friends at Barb’s Precious Rescue and Adoption Center in Palatine, Illinois. BARB’S PRECIOUS RESCUE AND ADOPTION CENTER in Palatine Illinois opened its our doors in 2014. Since then, we have been a safe haven for more than 1000 cats and kittens that have been abused, abandoned, homeless or neglected. Our Rescue provides food, shelter, and medical services — including an on-site veterinarian — all with the hope of finding a forever home for each and every animal in our care.

While our community and staff have consistently demonstrated the will and desire to increase our capabilities, we’re desperately missing one critical component: space. Therefore, the time has come for us to expand! Thanks to the generosity of our Architect Julie Burroughs, we have embarked upon a plan to increase and upgrade our Palatine facility. The addition will include space for mature and special needs cats, and a separate location for kittens and their Moms. Not only will this help us continue our commitment to cats and kittens, but it will allow us to begin helping dogs and puppies, so we will create an entire private area just for them. If you wish to provide a loving forever home for a cat or kitten currently in our care, please contact us today.

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Finally, if you are interested in joining our volunteer family, we would welcome your assistance. Get the latest news and updates via Facebook at www. In addition to our main Animal Community Center in Milpitas, HSSV has partnered with Petco to provide quality pet adoptions right in your neighborhood. Neighborhood Adoption Centers: West San Jose and Sunnyvale HSSV has teamed up with Petco to provide adoptions daily at 2 locations: Petco West San Jose and Petco Sunnyvale. Like our main center, our Neighborhood Adoption Centers are a great place to adopt dogs, puppies, cats and kittens, and we also have small animals and rabbits available at both Petco locations. West San Jose Neighborhood Adoption Center in Petco See animals available at West San Jose NAC. Please note that we close for lunch from 2 p.

Sunnyvale Neighborhood Adoption Center in Petco See animals available at Sunnyvale NAC. Volunteer Our Neighborhood Adoption Center locations rely on dedicated volunteers who do everything from socializing and caring for the center animal guests to handling adoptions. Join us today by visiting our volunteer page! HSSV’s Neighborhood Adoption Centers are not able to accept any incoming animals from the public.

If you have found an animal, need to find a home for your animal, or need referrals for veterinary care or other services, please contact our Animal Community Center in Milpitas for information. Humane Society Silicon Valley’s mission is to save and enhance lives. Humane Society of the United States, ASPCA, or state and federal government entities. Your support of Humane Society Silicon Valley directly helps animals in your community!

Humane Society Silicon Valley – All Rights Reserved – 901 Ames Ave. Services now expanded to assist families who have adopted both privately and internationally! Region 5:  Barry, Branch, Calhoun, Eaton, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, St. Region 6:  Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Sanilac, St. Other counties:  If you reside in a county other than one listed above, find the PARC program in your area.

It is a Post Adoption Resource Center Program providing support and services to families after an adoption is finalized. The Post Adoption Resource Program is a program of Judson Center and is funded by The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Arizona Enacts First in the Nation Law on Embryo Disposition. Arizona’s new law which requires that embryos in disputed custody situations be given to the person who intends to “develop to birth” these embryos is a controversial solution to a very difficult issue. Every adoption experience has its joys and challenges—and each adoption story is unique. That’s why Bethany Christian Services provides ongoing services and resources so you don’t have to feel alone in your adoption journey. Whether you’re an adoptee, birthparent or adoptive parent, we’re here for you, providing expert support built on decades of experience in the field of adoption.

Post Adoption Webinars We offer quarterly live Webinars with adoption experts on topics like discipling the traumatized child, encouraging healthy attachment, FASD and more. What people are saying about Bethany’s Post-Adoption Services “We just wanted to say how much Bethany’s post adoption services have meant to our family. Trauma parenting is never easy, but Bethany staff stayed right alongside us and helped us navigate through our most trying times. When we moved last year, we had difficulty finding post adoption services until we connected with Bethany.

They helped connect us to a list of providers within days. I wish we had known about it sooner! Lifelines is the adoption magazine of Bethany Christian Services. Thank you for subscribing to our Post Adoption Contact Center newsletter.

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Email is not a valid email address. Join us today in our effort to bring and keep more families together. Welcome to the Rescue the Birds Adoption Center. Here are some of our friends who are looking for forever homes of their own. Contact us if you are interested in adopting any of these birds. Please read through the adoption steps and faqs before submitting an application.

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Donate Give the gift of a second chance. Through your generosity, you can help feed, house, and care for a variety of parrots. Volunteer Are you looking to make a difference in the lives of parrots? Volunteer at a Refuge for a Saving the Wildlife. We rely on volunteers to support our mission and operations every day.

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You can be a part of our life-saving work. To work in joint cooperation with all avian rescue groups to try and eliminate the need for rescue groups by educating the public about aviculture issues. Until that is accomplished, we will provide a sanctuary for those unfortunate parrots that are in need of a home. 2018 a Refuge for Saving the Wildlife. The NOAH Center to help give homeless animals a second chance. Join us on Saturday, October 6th as we celebrate the 16th annual Music for the Animals at the Chateau Ste.

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This year’s event, features a private concert that is exclusive to attendees, an amazing lineup of live and silent auction items, world-class wine and a delicious dinner, crafted by Chateau Ste. For the first time ever, NOAH is offering a VIP experience you won’t want to miss! This year’s Howling Big Garage Sale will be held September 7-9th from 8am to 4pm. All proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new transport van. The NOAH Center is now accepting garage sale donations! Clean out your closets and drop off gently used, re-sellable items anytime between now and August 31st.

Donations can be dropped off any day of the week during our regular business hours. Our passion rests on giving animals a chance at life. When you visit our website you may provide us with two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to disclose that is collected on an individual basis and website use information collected on an aggregate basis as you and others browse our website. Personal Information You Choose to Provide We may request that you voluntarily supply us with personal information, including your email address, postal address, home or work telephone number and other personal information for such purposes as correspondence, placing an order, requesting an estimate, or participating in online surveys. This information is collected on an aggregate basis. How Do We Use the Information That You Provide to Us?

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Donation Refund Policy We are grateful for your donation and support of our organization. Refunds are returned using the original method of payment. If you made your donation by credit card, your refund will be credited to that same credit card. Interested in the NTI training for Mental Health Professionals? Watch the Video from Community Family Fun Day!

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We nurture children, teens, adults and their families by providing adoption-competent counseling services. We inspire those touched by adoption to become better educated about how to address adoption-related issues. We empower mental health professionals with the training they need to address the unique challenges inherent in adoption. With your support, we nurture, inspire and empower individuals and families.

1c0 5 5 5 5 5h23. Stay up to date on C. For Email Newsletters you can trust. Enewsletter Signup Form Stay connected with C. Be the first to receive FREE REGISTRATION codes for our monthly webinars, event and product promotions, timely movie reviews and articles and much more. You may unsubscribe via the link found at the bottom of every email. Its mission is to provide research, analysis, advice and education to practitioners and the public about current legislation and practices governing ethical domestic and intercountry adoption in the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.

To remove legal, structural and institutional barriers to domestic and intercountry adoption. 3 corporation that has become a pre-eminent legal and policy institute engaged in adoption issues. The Center for Adoption Policy was honored in 2008 by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute as an Angel in Adoption. International Adoption should be an integral part of a comprehensive strategy to address the problems of unparented children, together with the development of better temporary care for children pending permanent placement, the development of in-country adoption and other truly permanent nurturing placement options, and the provision of social services to parents so that they can keep and nurture their children.

Background1 International adoption has grown dramatically over the decades since World War II, and developed important recognition as a method of serving the needs of unparented children worldwide. Adoption research has demonstrated that adoption, whether domestic or international, generally serves children’s interests far better than foster care or institutionalization. 1 Documentation for various claims made in this Report is contained in, e. Elizabeth Bartholet, International Adoption: Thoughts on the Human Rights Issues, 13 BUFF. Elizabeth Bartholet, International Adoption: The Child’s Story, 24 GEORGIA ST. It is unlawful to have more than three dogs or cats or any combination thereof over the age of four months. If you have a problem with a dog barking contact the Animal Control Division at 281-471-3810.

Cat and dog traps are available to be checked out at the animal shelter. You must be a resident of La Porte to check out a trap and have a form of ID with your address on it. Traps are checked out in 3-day increments. Join us for our 6th Annual PAWS-A-PALOOZA! Now accepting applications for vendors and sponsors!

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Help PAWS pay off our Mortgage! One of our Guardians has issued a matching challenge to help pay off our mortgage! We are so excited about this generous gift and how much this will mean for the animals of Paws and their predecessors! If you’d like to join our Guardians Capital Campaign, just make your donation here and note that you’d like to participate in the matching challenge! Be a Guardian and care for the animals along with us!

Help build our walkway at PAWS! SAVING ONE LIFE, ONE BRICK AT A TIME! Engrave your name in the history of our new shelter, FOREVER! Check out  our merchandise page or Polar Engraving for more information. Be a PAWS Guardian and help save a life! Curious about other ways to help PAWS?

Check out our Get Involved Page for more information. PAWS Adoption Center is a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter. With your help — Anything is PAWSible. We are dedicated to providing care and shelter for unwanted dogs and cats and placing them in loving homes. We house approximately 80 dogs and cats currently looking for permanent, loving homes. PAWS is conveniently located off the I-75 corridor and has served the Monroe and Middletown communities for over 32 years. Use our Contact Us page MAP for easy directions to our new pet adoption facility, in Monroe Ohio.

Please explore our site to learn more about PAWS and the wonderful dogs and cats we have available for adoption. Thank you for your caring and support! Sign up for the PAWS Adoption Center Newsletter to help us spread the word. Please consider donating one or more items from our PAWS Urgent Needs List. If you are interested in donating any of these items or making a financial donation towards their purchase, please contact us at 513-539-7297 or This email address is being protected from spambots. PAWS needs items from our Wish List on a regular basis, but some items become more important as supplies diminish.

WE  ACCEPT CASH DONATIONS TO FURTHER OUR MISSION! Donate by phone with a credit card. Call the shelter at 513-539-PAWS during normal business hours. Consult your financial adviser or attorney regarding donating stock or remembering us in your estate. 2014  PAWS Adoption Center, 6302 Crossings Blvd. Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter nestled on six wooded acres in Huntington, Long Island. Little Shelter has been dedicated to saving abandoned dogs and cats and placing them into loving homes since 1927.

Little Shelter is also a part of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals. Little Shelter is the first shelter not located in New York city to be included in the alliance. There comes a time when a rescue or no-kill shelter is faced with the issue of what to do with long-term residents that have been overlooked for adoption for behavioral or medical reasons time and time again. In 2000, Little Shelter opened the doors to Little Shelter Sanctuary, a peaceful and serene facility on 110 acres in upstate New York. At the sanctuary, our dogs have more room, less anxiety, and undergo continual training, socialization and rehabilitation with the hope they will someday find an adoptive home.

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Little Shelter has paved the way with original programs that give back to the community. What Services Does the Center Provide? If you want to adopt a child from the foster care system in this country, follow these 10 steps to your new family! Being here is a good first step. Read through all of the information available here and in the All About Adoption sections.

Check out our online course “Foster Family to Forever Family”. You may also want to look for books and magazines about adoption at bookstores, libraries and on other websites. Attend an adoptive parents’ support group or adoption conferences. NAC offers a social networking site for adoptive families and those interested in adoption. You must work with an agency licensed in the state where you live. Contact several agencies to ask about the type of children they place, their fee structure, how they assess and prepare families, and how long it will take. Get references: speak with other parents who have used the agency you are investigating.