You can give a child what we all want: a sense of belonging, a place to call home and lifelong family connections.
The Need for Adoptive Parents
On any given day in Vermont, there are about 80 children waiting in foster care for families to adopt them. Most are school-aged, many have special needs and some are part of a sibling group who want to stay together.
The Waiting Children
- Meet some of the children waiting for their forever families
Who Can Apply
To adopt a child in foster care, you:
- Must be at least 21
- Can be single, married, living with a partner, or joined through civil union
- Must have a valid adoption home study or Vermont foster care license
Applications are considered regardless of disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity/expression, race, religion, or sexual orientation.
Get The Process Started
Contact Project Family at 1-800-746-7000 or Toni.Yandow@partner.vermont.gov.
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