Adoption Services Offered In Delaware
Adoptions From The Heart’s Delaware office employs the Wilmington area’s most trusted adoption professionals in a safe, comfortable environment. Over decades of service, our adoption experts have provided prospective adoptive parents, pregnant women, and their children in Delaware with many necessary adoption services.
Adoption Services Offered To Pregnant Women In Delaware
Our Wilmington office offers pregnant women in comprehensive counseling services, ranging from effective, personalized advice pre-placement to complete guidance during and after. Our counseling for pregnant women in is always offered free of charge.
If you choose adoption with Adoptions From The Heart, our adoption professionals will facilitate the entire process, guiding you through every step as smoothly as possible. With care and expertise, our only mission is to allow pregnant women to make the best choices for themselves and their children. We are available to answer your questions 24 / 7 from our Wilmington, DE adoption office.
Our adoption experts will be more than pleased to assist pregnant women seeking insurance coverage for their adoption needs. Already have insurance? We’ll be happy to file your claims for you. Still need insurance? We’ll help you find an appropriate plan or cover your pre-natal insurance expenses ourselves.
Adoption Services Offered To Prospective Adoptive Parents In Delaware?
Interested in adopting in Delaware? Prospective adoptive parents in Wilmington, DE can find both international and domestic placement programs at Adoptions From The Heart’s Wilmington office. Our adoption professionals provide comprehensive counseling, offer home studies, and handle all facets of the adoption process with expertise, skill, and experience amassed from decades of trusted adoption service.
Visit the following pages to learn more about adopting in Delaware:
We Don’t Just Serve The Wilmington Area
We help build families in all three of the delaware counties. Our team has worked with individuals and couples in:
- Sussex County (Georgetown, Lewes, Millsboro, Milton, Laurel)
- New Castle County (Odessa, New Castle, Arden, Bellefonte)
- Kent County (Dover, Camden, Milford, Clayton, Woodland)
You Don’t Have To Google “Adoption Agencies Near Me” To Get Directions – We’ve Got Them For You!
Local Resources For Growing Families
Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
1600 Rockland Rd
Wilmington, DE 19803
501 W 14th St
Wilmington, DE 19801
Christiana Care Family Medicine Center
1401 Foulk Rd
Wilmington, DE 19803
500 N King St
Wilmington, DE 19801
Brandywine School District
500 Duncan Rd
Wilmington, DE 19809
Red Clay Consolidated School District
1502 Spruce Ave
Wilmington, DE 19805
Christina School District
600 N Lombard Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Our Favorite Places For Families To Have Fun
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
5105 Kennett Pike
Winterthur, DE 19735
1001 N Park Dr
Wilmington, DE 19802
Brandywine Creek State Park
41 Adams Dam Road
Wilmington, DE 19807
What Our Clients Say About Us
"They helped us create our family! Without Adoptions From The Heart we wouldn't have found our beautiful daughter. They supported us every step of the way and answered every single question we asked. We couldn't be happier with our experience!"Rating: 5.0 ★★★★★
Latest Delaware Child Adoption Updates
By Adoption From The Heart
July 28, 2017- Wednesday’s Child Adopted By Family After Seeing Him On Television
A television presenter introduced one family to their soon-to-be son via t.v. in 2014. The presenter introduced a then 9-year-old boy, when one woman was watching and knew that that was her son. She looked at her husband and told him she wanted to adopt him. From there on the couple pursued adoption through the Wednesdays’ child program and they all could not be happier with their new family. Two years later the family was recently interviewed as a success story in the program.
June 23, 2017- California Changes Adoption Travel Laws
California residents will soon be facing restrictions if they wish to travel to Texas. This ban comes due to the new Texan laws that give legal cover to religious adoption agencies that turn away prospective parents due to their sexual orientation. California enacted a law this year that will restrict taxpayer-funded travel to places that “authorize discrimination” against people because of their sexual orientation or their gender identity. Read more here about who will be affected by this law in light of prospective same-sex adoptive parents.
May 30, 2017- Country Star Adopts Baby Girl From Uganda
Country singer Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren recently welcomed their daughter Willa Gray Atkins after a year long journey to adoption. Rhett’s wife Lauren, met the 18-month-old in her home country of Uganda in 2016, when she visited the country with 147 Million Orphans. The couple had been trying to conceive without success and started discussing adoption. Lauren had an instant bond with the baby who had been orphaned when she was a newborn. While making trips to adopt the little girl she fell in love with in Uganda, the couple found out they were pregnant. Read more about this adoption story here.
April 28, 2017- Changes In Adoption Would Change The Time For Biological Parents To Change Their Minds
Lawmakers in Pennsylvania are calling for a streamlined process to get more of the 2,500 children currently awaiting adoption into loving homes as soon as possible. Part of the proposed streamlined process includes the window in which biological parents have to change their minds about giving their children up for adoption. The new rules will give better direction for counties to take in order to track biological fathers. The proposed bills if allowed will shorten the time when biological parents can change their minds to give up their children. Currently, biological parents have 30 days after revoking their parental rights to change their minds. The new proposal would change this time to 14 days. Read more about these proposals here.
March 24, 2017- Five Siblings Plea To Be Adopted Together
Five siblings who are being called the “Fab 5” ages 11, 10, 8, 6 and 2 from Central Kansas are pleading to be adopted together. The siblings have been in foster care for a little over a year. They have been separated and placed in different homes and are now asking for one family to adopt them all. State caseworkers are hopeful that the children will have their wish fulfilled after they were profiled in the Kansas City Star as a “Family Wanted” feature article. The article went viral. Their story has been shared around the world and has produced 3,000 inquiries. One of the inquiries even came from Ireland. Read more about their story here.
February 28, 2017-Adoption Agency Actively Seeks LGBTQ Prospective Parents
With changes in some states allowing same-sex couples to be turned away by adoption agencies, some are specifically seeking same-sex prospective parents. One nonprofit organization actively seeks LGBTQ prospective parents, among others. The nonprofit also helps couples with grants that are also aimed at prospective parents who have already completed their home study. Their grantees have included same-sex and single parents as well as different-sex parents, including transgender parents.
January 27, 2017- Four-Year-Old Celebrates Adoption With A Star Wars Theme
A four-year-old girl who is a Star Wars super-fan received a Star Wars themed adoption ceremony. Moments before her foster parent of three years was officially named her mom, the young girl was greeted by Darth Vader and Chewbacca at the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center in Wilmington, Delaware. The four-year-old had been in her new mom’s care since 2013 and they developed a special bond. The little girl is said to love Star Wars so much that her mom wanted to make her adoption ceremony extra special with the movie she loves.
September 12th, 2016 – New Legislation Would Allow 12 Weeks Paid Leave After Adoption
New legislation has been put forth which would mean Delaware state workers who adopt a child six years old or younger would be given 12 weeks paid leave. For more information on this check out Newsworks.