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Indiana Adoption Program

believes every child deserves a permanent, stable, and loving home.

Indiana Adoption Program

serves over 1,500+ children and youth in Indiana who are in need of an adoptive family.

Indiana Adoption Program

helps prospective parents navigate the ins and outs of the adoption process.

Indiana Adoption Program is a statewide initiative to find

loving, committed, safe, permanent families

for children in foster care.

Indiana Adoption Program is a statewide initiative to find loving, committed, safe, permanent families for children in foster care. We are a partnership between Children’s Bureau, Inc. and Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS), working with Licensed Child Placing Agencies and DCS offices to help match adoptive families and waiting children. 

The Latest from the Indiana Adoption Program Blog

Adopting A New Perspective

Adopting A New Perspective

Ann and Rhande may have been the most-well-prepared foster parents who weren’t foster parents.  Rhande ran a group home for teen girls, and then they both worked for SAFY training and licensing foster parents. Ann worked at DCS as a pre- and post-adoption specialist,...

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Personally Speaking

Personally Speaking

We often ask the youth in our program to share what family means to them. What do they hope their new family will be like? What would they want prospective families to know? What do they love? What are some of their pet peeves? It turns out that what’s true of most people also holds true for the children and youth in need of adoptive families: ask them questions, be genuinely interested in the answers, and you’ll learn a lot!

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Redefining Progress and Success

Redefining Progress and Success

Ask anyone who has adopted from foster care about their child, and you’re sure to hear some great things. If they’re honest, they may share some not so great things, too. Just like with biological children, parenting an adopted child can have its ups and downs. Many experienced foster and adoptive parents will tell you that the key to making it through these challenging times is not to focus on changing the child. It might be better to change your definition of success and progress.

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