Are You Looking to Build Your Family Through Adoption?
With infertility on the rise, more bi-racial and African American couples are turning to the Internet for adoption to build their families. This is good news to the birthmothers who are hoping to find an adoptive family with some understanding of their own race and culture.
A growing number of families and infertile couples are turning on their computers and clicking onto the Internet to find qualified resources to help them adopt. The privacy to be able to research and read about adoption in their own homes and the ease of use are allowing prospective families to work with organizations across the country and around the world. Thousands of prospective adoptive families have been able to safely adopt with resources found on the Internet.
Verifying the track record and success rate of an organization is easily done. Families can check with the Better Business Bureau for a company's background and complaint record. Always ask for references and visit a number of sites first before choosing to work with a company.
Around 1996, adoption organizations began putting up websites to help families come together. Now there are web sites like this one with several pages of information on adoption. Our sister site, Lifetime Adoption, has profiles of families, including bi-racial and African American couples wanting to adopt, and more than 100 birthmothers choosing adoption, many who are seeking bi-racial and African American families.
Birth parents can read about the lifestyle of a prospective family and view their photos before speaking to them on the phone. We hear from new birthmothers every day, many of whom are asking for more information about specific couples they found on the Internet.
If you have questions you'd like answered right now, please feel free to give us a call at (530) 432-7373. You may also reach us on Skype using our screen name: "lifetimefamilysupport."
Are you interested in applying to adopt through our program?
Please take the first step today by completing the free application available at Lifetime Adoption. You may even qualify for special grants that can offset the cost of adoption.