Learn About U.S. Kids for Adoption During National Adoption Month

November is not just a month of falling leaves and cooler temperatures; it’s also National Adoption Month, a time to raise awareness about the urgent need to adopt children from the foster care system in the United States. With over 400,000 children currently in the U.S. foster care system, there’s a pressing demand for safe, stable homes and loving families to provide these children with the loving care and support they desperately need.

The Urgent Need to Consider U.S. Kids for Adoption

The statistics are staggering. In the U.S., there are hundreds of thousands of children waiting for adoption.  These children have suffered abuse and neglect, and as a result, parental rights were severed.  The children were removed from their homes and now live in group homes or with foster families.  If they are not adopted, many will age out of the foster care system without ever experiencing the love and security of a permanent family. Children who age out of the system face adulthood without many of the necessary skills to succeed.   They face increased risks of homelessness, unemployment, addiction, and involvement in the criminal justice system, making the need for adoption even more crucial so that these children who have already suffered so much will not continue to suffer.

Life-Changing Benefits for Foster Children and Their Adoptive Families

Adopting a child from foster care is a transformative experience, not just for the child but also for the adoptive family. For the children, adoption offers them a chance to escape a life filled with uncertainty and instability. They gain the gift of permanence and a loving, supportive family to call their own. Adoptive families, in turn, are enriched with the joy of nurturing a child, watching them grow, and creating lifelong memories together.

The benefits of adoption extend beyond emotional fulfillment. There is also financial support available to adoptive families, including adoption subsidies and assistance with medical and educational expenses. These resources ensure that adopting a child from foster care is a feasible and rewarding journey.

How You Can Make a Difference: Contact Building Arizona Families

If you live in Arizona and are considering U.S. kids for adoption, reach out to Building Arizona Families, a licensed non-profit, A+ BBB-rated adoption agency with a mission to help U.S. kids find loving homes. They offer guidance and support throughout the adoption process, ensuring that prospective adoptive parents are well-prepared to provide a stable, nurturing environment for their adopted child. Learn more about our Forever Families U.S. adoption program HERE.  Building Arizona Families assists Arizona families with the adoption of foster children around the country.  Reach out directly to Ixcel Baca at 623-696-9537 or [email protected].  You can also join one of our convenient online seminars about adoption. View the 2024 schedule HERE.

Whether you are considering adopting a child from foster care or another type of adoption, contacting Building Arizona Families is a significant step in the right direction.  By working with a licensed, reputable, non-profit adoption agency, you can be assured that the adoption process is professionally handled.

In conclusion, National Adoption Month serves as a reminder that there are countless children in the foster care system who long for the warmth and stability of a forever family. By adopting a child or supporting organizations like Building Arizona Families and We Are Their Future, you can change lives and provide hope and love to U.S. kids in need. Let’s work together to make a difference during this important month and beyond. Adopting a child from foster care is not just an act of kindness; it’s a profound transformation for both the child and the adoptive family, a true win-win situation.