Vermont Adoption Contacts
Vermont has a special contact page and adoption professionals who can help you with a child adoption in Vermont. The adoption contacts can be valuable sources of help and information about adoption in general and more specifically about the Vermont child adoption program.
Below, we have listed the website link and the contact information for the state's child adoption program. If you are from a different state, click on your state name in the box below to contact your state's child adoption program.
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Adoption Contacts in Vermont
Vermont Children and Families Family Service Division
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671
Phone: (802) 241-2142
Fax: (802) 241-2407
Adoption Contacts in Other States
Additional Areas of Interest
State Child Welfare Agencies are good additional adoption resources to help in the adoption process.
Adoption Exchanges and Photo-Listings provide adoption information to prospective adoptive parents and can help connect you with waiting children
AdoptUsKids is a national effort to recruit foster and adoptive families for children in foster care. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there are more than 500,000 children in foster care in the United States. Over 110,000 of these children will not be able to return to their parents and are waiting for families to adopt them. The AdoptUsKids link and the contact information below may help you.
Adoption Exchange and Photolisting Association
8015 Corporate Drive
Baltimore, MD 21236
Toll Free: 888-200-4005
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Why You Need an Adoption Consultant
There are many risks when you go to adopt a child including losing a child after you have already taken them home (referred to as a disruption), losing all of the money you have invested in the adoption if the birth mother changes her mind, or finding that there are previously unknown or undisclosed fees that may appear. Dr Berger has helped thousands of adopting families with domestic adoptions and international adoptions and he is available to assist you no matter what type of adoption you chose to pursue and regardless of whether you work with an adoption agency, facilitator or adoption attorney. He can help you save your time, effort and money in helping you to decide what routes to take and the best way to achieve your goal of adopting a child. He can help reduce your risks and potential pain and can help you avoid many of the problems and pitfalls found in the adoption process. You can read and download his free adoption manual or, for more information on how he can help you, please visit his Adoption Consultant link.