3 Reasons To Adopt

Reasons to Adopt | At Children First FFA, we focus on reuniting foster children with their birth families, whenever possible. This happens in many cases, but it is simply not possible for all children. When a reunion is not going to be a viable option, adoption becomes the new priority. There are plenty of great reasons to adopt through the fostering program, as we will cover in this post.

Doing a Great Service

For a child, being in the foster program is a major challenge. Most likely, these children have been through some form of trauma, meaning they are vulnerable and in need of help from a loving family. By becoming that loving family for a foster child, you can quite literally change their life. That is a powerful opportunity, and one reason to adopt that should not be overlooked.

An Affordable Option

Many people are surprised to learn how expensive it can be to complete a traditional adoption of a newborn baby. You may have plenty of great reasons to adopt, but it might not become a reality if you can’t afford it. If you have a desire to grow your family through adoption but do not want to face the high costs often associated with that plan, adopting through foster care is a great choice.

Get Started Right Away

Waiting to adopt can be a long and difficult process, not to mention the financial burden mentioned above. By fostering to adopt, you can get started much sooner, although you’ll start out as a foster parent before potentially transitioning to adoptive parent. If one of your reasons to adopt is simply to provide love to a child and help them grow, you can start sooner by going this direction.

Willing To Consider Foster To Adopt?

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a foster parent or the foster to adopt process, contact Children First Foster Family Agency or apply to become a resource parent.

Children First FFA is a private, non-profit organization in Northern California that is dedicated to helping change lives by providing a safe place for children to heal in a culture of love, acceptance, and consistency.

Author: Children First FFA

Published: July 11, 2019

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