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Adopt a Child – Children/Babies for Adoption CA Foster Care

If you are interested in adopting a teenager or older child, contact us to learn more. Many older kids available for adoption need permanent, loving families before aging out of the foster system.

Each month, FCCA receives information about hundreds of CA foster kids who are available and waiting for adoption. It is up to each family to determine the characteristics of the child they feel...

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Find a Child to Adopt or a Birth Mother to Adopt From in CA

One of the most exciting parts of the adoption process is finding the child who is meant to be a part of your family. Whether you are looking for an adoption opportunity through the California foster system , internationally or with an expectant mother, you have many options when searching for a child to adopt.

Here, learn more about finding an adoptive placement in California and the services...

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California Adoption Subsidy and Foster Care Adoption Costs

California Adoption Subsidy: Foster Care Adoption Costs

Like with other adoption processes, adoptive parents pursuing foster care adoption in California wonder about the cost of adoption through foster care, and in particular, the California adoption subsidy.

Because every foster care adoption is different, the cost of adopting a child from foster care and any applicable California adoption...

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What to Know About the Foster Children for Adoption in CA

What to Know About the Foster Children for Adoption in CA

When you're considering starting the fos-adopt program with FCCA, one of your first questions might be, "Who are the California foster children available for adoption?"

The foster children available for adoption in California come from all different walks of life, with different personal backgrounds and characteristics. At FCCA, we believe...

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Find Adoptive Parents in CA – People Looking to Adopt

Who selects the family to adopt my baby?

You are in control of your adoption plan -- and that includes choosing the perfect adoptive parents for your baby. FCCA is always working with a wide variety of individuals and couples looking to adopt, and also works with many other agencies and attorneys across the country. You can rest knowing that we can help you connect with the perfect family for...

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What is the difference between an agency adoptions and an ...

What is the difference between an agency adoptions and an independent adoption?

In California, a prospective birth mother has two options when making an adoption plan: agency or independent adoption.

In an independent adoption, you will personally select the adoptive family and transfer legal and physical custody directly to them, completing the adoption without an agency. This means that you...

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Unplanned Pregnancy Give up my Baby for Adoption

Are You Pregnant and Considering Adoption for Your Child?

Are you unsure whether you can raise your unborn child? Do you want to know what options are available to you?

FCCA does more than provide adoption services. Our compassionate counselors are committed to helping you make the best possible decisions for yourself and your baby -- whether that means giving your baby up for adoption or not.


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Family Connections Christian Adoptions

Family Connections Christian Adoptions

We are a state-licensed, Hague-accredited, full-service adoption agency with six locations throughout California. FCCA focuses on placing the waiting children of the world into loving, forever families. This includes children in foster care in California; children in overseas orphanages; and children whose birth parents wish to make a voluntary adoption plan. The agency also provides assistance to many legal guardians and foster parents who wish to adopt.

Whatever your adoption dreams, plans, or hopes may be, FCCA will provide you...

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Family Connections Christian Adoptions - Open Adoption and ...

Open adoption means different things to different people. At FCCA, we encourage the parties in a voluntary adoption to communicate and agree as to how "open" they want to be with one another.

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