So many adoption agencies find loving homes for children from China, it can be hard to know what agency is the best fit for your family! To help you decide, here are five key facts about Holt’s China adoption program:
1. One of the first agencies to find families for children from China, Holt has a longstanding relationship with the Chinese government and we have 25+ staff members in China. Holt is one of two agencies with NGO status in China, which allows our dedicated in-country staff members to follow up directly with the children’s caregivers for updated information. Continue reading “5 things to know about Holt’s China Program!”
In this episode we talk to Caley, a Vietnamese Adoptee and college student at the University of Oregon. Caley shares with us about being a transracial Adoptee growing up in Oregon, existing in the “grey” space, and attitudes towards racial stereotypes through an Adoptee lens. We are so excited to be able to share more from Caley through this video.
If you or someone you know has been considering adoption from the Philippines, you may have heard some common misconceptions about the adoption process. Below, we highlight the top 10 myths about adopting a child from the Philippines, and provide some useful insight as you consider this program!
Myth #1: There isn’t much information available about children waiting to be adopted from the Philippines.
Fact: Holt receives very detailed family background, behavioral, developmental and social information about children waiting to be adopted from the Philippines.
In this series, we’re talking about racial identity. As Adoptees, the question of racial identity can be many things: intimidating, emotional, long, confusing, overwhelming, awesome… Regardless of the emotions we attach, we are here for this important conversation.
We have a few long-standing adoption programs in that region, but two that stand out are our Philippines and Vietnam programs. Although smaller, they both have unique factors that might make them a good option for your family!
It’s 2019, and we’re talking about birth search! In part 1 of our series, we break down some of the basics of birth search. We’ll cover the big things that we want Adoptees to know about this overwhelming and confusing topic.
Logan is an energetic and curious 8-year-old boy who enjoys music and has a gift for dancing.
He came into care at birth and is diagnosed as positive for CMG IgG and negative for CMV IgM. He also has a curved right arm due to an injury that didn’t heal properly, but that doesn’t slow him down! Continue reading “Logan needs a family!”
Quinton is an easygoing and polite 8-year-old boy who will start the third grade next year. At school, Quinton works hard and loves to help others without being asked.
Quinton’s motor skills are on target, and he can dress himself, comb his hair and tie his shoes. In his free time, he loves to hang out with his friends and watch cartoons on TV – especially Superman. Quinton enjoys all kinds of food, but his favorites are fried chicken and fried eggs.
Experienced parents of Catholic faith who are open to unknowns and have a good understanding of older child adoption would be best for Quinton.
Carter is a responsible and friendly 10-year-old boy who dreams of becoming a teacher someday. He is in the 4th grade and especially enjoys his singing and drawing classes. Continue reading “Carter Needs a Family!”