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Medina Adoption Agencies

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Building Blocks Adoption Service Inc.

Medina, OH 44256 | (330) 725-5521

Building Blocks Adoption Service, Inc. is an licensed Ohio Adoption Service providing private adoption services, including birth parent counseling and assistance. Our Ohio Adoption Service provides one on one Christian adoption services to all U.S. citizens residing in the U.S. Our staff believes that this is your adoption journey and we are here to provide you with the tools and knowledge necessary to complete an adoption either as a birth parent or an adoptive parent participating in the adoption of a child. We can assist prospective adoptive families through our newborn or state waiting adoption programs or if you are seeking to adopt a relative we can guide you through the relative/kinship process as well. We also believe that all birth parents have the right to choose the family they desire for their child. Therefore we support adoptions for singles, traditional and non traditional relationships. Our agency employs State of Ohio licensed adoption assessors that are located throughout the State of Ohio near and around the surrounding areas of Akron Ohio, Cleveland, Youngstown, Canton, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and Medina Ohio to counsel parents and birth parents and perform domestic adoption services. Our social workers actively assists pregnant women and adoptive parents in their process of completing an identified, designated or targeted adoptions. Building Blocks Adoption Service Inc. provides social services to all Ohio residents. There is no mileage fees or classroom attendance needed for your adoption home study.

Medina County Job and Family Services

Medina, OH 44256 | (330) 661-0808

Medina County Job and Family Services need all kinds of adults to step forward and become foster/adoptive parents. It doesn’t matter whether you are married or single, own or rent your home, or live in a house, apartment, or mobile home. You don’t need to be wealthy; you just need to earn enough to support yourself. You’ll need to attend training classes to prepare for parenting children and to make sure your home is a safe and welcoming place for them. We’ll also check to make sure that everyone living with you is a safe person to have around kids.

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