My Adoption Agencies Announces Free Adoption Parent Profiles

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Adoptive parents can create a free online profile on My Adoption Agencies website for birth parents to see.

My Adoption Agencies announces the addition of free interactive Adoption Profiles. Utilizing modern technology to its fullest potential, My Adoption Agencies strives to help prospective adoptive parents share their heart-felt stories, explain why they want to adopt a child and describe the loving, nurturing home they aspire to provide a young one.

With a user-friendly format, prospective parents can complete their complimentary profile. The process is streamline and includes home study completion information, including home study expiration dates, descriptions about family life and photo books. Additionally,
adoptive parents can input a wealth of information, including education, occupation, current children’s ages and information, interesting facts, videos, favorite activities, travel experiences and even a customized letter to birth parents.

Helping give adoptive parents an extra edge, this latest high-tech feature is designed to help both adoptive families and birth parents connect. Combining the latest tools, including videos, pictures and blog posts, birth parents can browse hundreds of featured profiles to locate the ideal adoptive family for their baby. This free feature allows birth parents to search by profile name, assigned identification number, ethnicity, gender and region.

Helping provide valuable advice to pregnant mothers, My Adoption Agencies helps connect birth mothers with free prenatal care, housing and financial and legal aid. This highly thorough, detailed website helps adoptive families, listing adoption agencies by state. As real-life clients and adoptive parents rate each agency, this informative site combines information with the latest interactive search features.

Adoption agencies can be searched by type of service, including international adoption, domestic adoption, adoption homestudy, infant adoption, older child adoption and adoption photolisting. Additionally, some adoption agencies specialize in racial adoption, which includes Caucasian, bi-racial, African American, Asian, Hispanic and other races.

The website also allows birth mothers and prospective adoptive parents to easily contact online agencies, so both can determine if the agency is a good fit for their needs. Featuring more than 800 domestic adoption agencies within the U.S., including adoption agency in Florida, adoption agency in Utah and adoption agency in California, this website is dedicated to helping place children in loving homes, while bringing compassionate comfort to birth mothers who are making the difficult choice to give their child a new life start.

As this system is based on ratings, prospective parents can research which adoption agencies specialize in difficult, problematic adoptions. Connecting with adoption agencies’ websites, statistics are shared, as well as personal stories.

My Adoption Agencies features a blog with the latest adoption news and stories. With featured pieces written by experts, agency reviews are highlighted, including family services, advice, tips for becoming an adoptive parent, information for birth mothers seeking adoptions and even articles that recommend how to select the best adoption agency to meet individual and/or family needs.

Helping make a positive impact on today’s world, My Adoption Agencies seeks to bring adoption agencies, prospective adoptive parents and birth mothers together.

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