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Adoption Agencies Colorado Springs CO

When considering adoption, keep an open mind about whether to adopt domestically or internationally. There are children all around the world in need of good homes. Check below for related information, products and services.

Triad Adoption Consultants, Inc.
(719) 231-7845
2107 Templeton Gap Rd. Suite D
Colorado Springs, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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Colorado Department Of Human Services
(719) 687-3335
Woodland Park, CO
 
Littlest Angels International
(970) 856-6177
P.O. Box 88
Cedaredge, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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Hopes Promise Adoptions
(303) 660-0277
309 Jerry Street #202
Castle Rock, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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Foster Care and Adoption Agencies of Colorado
(303) 913-6516
1050 Cherokee Street, #412
Denver, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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Triad Adoption Consultants, Inc.
(719) 231-7845
2107 Templeton Gap Rd. Suite D
Colorado Springs, CO
 
Chinese Children Adoption International
(303) 850-9998
6920 South Holly Circle
Centennial, CO
 
Lutheran Family Services of Colorado
(303) 922-3433
363 S. Harlan Street, Suite 200
Denver, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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AAC Adoption & Family Network, Inc.
(970) 532-3576
735 East HWY 56
Berthoud, CO
Adoptable Races
Caucasian Adoptions
Biracial Adoptions
African Adoptions
Asian Adoptions
Hispanic Adoptions
Other Races
Adoption Services
International Adoption Program
Domestic Adoption Program
Infant Adoption
Foster Adoption Assistance

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Adoption Network of Colorado
(303) 691-0808
7500 E. Arapahoe Rd. Suite 250
Centennial, CO
 
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Adopted Child, Adopting an Older Child and Raising Adopted Children

Adopting an Older Child

Adoption is increasingly becoming an option for many parents. While it is a popular choice for single parents and same-sex couples who want to raise children, many opposite-sex couples are also making an active choice for adoption of older children.

Bringing home an older adopted child for the first time requires care. The first few weeks, especially, are crucial. Your approach during this time will significantly impact the relationship your adopted child will share with his or her new family. Here are some tips to help you:

  • Prepare your children in advance: If you already have children, it is important that you talk to them about the new arrival in advance. Prepare them on how they should interact with the adopted child.

  • Assert your role as parent: Establish your role as the parent right from day one. While this may seem difficult, it is important that you combine love with firmness and lay down rules for your child to follow. This is especially important with older kids.

  • Distribute chores and duties: Participating in household chores and duties will help your adopted child integrate with your family. It will also help prevent any resentment in your children.

  • Adapt to your adopted child's needs: Many older children who have been placed in foster care may have a history of neglect or abuse and may be averse to display of intimacy or touch. It is important that you respond sensitively...

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