Did you know that Holt has three adoption programs open to single female applicants? More and more mothers are beginning their adoption journey solo — and more and more children are thriving in the loving care of their adoptive moms! As a greater number of boys need families, many single moms are also opening their heart to a son.
Since 2011, when China re-opened adoptions to single applicants, we have seen a steady increase in the number of women adopting a child on their own.
Then last year, options for single applicants expanded once again when Vietnam re-opened international adoption to the U.S. and selected Holt as one of two placing agencies. Now, single female applicants open to a child with more involved special needs can adopt from Vietnam!
Although not every single mother is equipped to care for a child with involved needs, many would make excellent parents to a child with more minor needs… Recently, China expanded options for single applicants yet again by lifting the special focus requirement. This means that Holt’s China program now matches single mothers with children who are younger or have more minor or moderate special medical needs. Continue reading “More Adoption Options Open to Singles”