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Midland Adoption Agencies

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Addy’s Hope Adoption Agency

Midland, TX 79705 |

A non-profit child placing agency licensed by the state of Texas dedicated to uniting Christian families with the children who need them!

Buckner Foster Care & Domestic Adoption - Midland

Midland, TX 79705 | (432) 520-5588

Buckner Foster Care and Adoption is a ministry of Buckner International, a global faith-based organization dedicated to transforming the lives of the most vulnerable children, families and elders. Established by R.C. Buckner in 1879, Buckner is one of the oldest and most unique faith-based service organizations of its kind, serving more than 350,000 people each year in the United States and seven countries worldwide. The earliest record of adoption services provided by Buckner was dated 1884. Full records are on file for adoptions facilitated since the 1940s. At that time, and through the 1980s, Buckner was mostly placing infants with Christian families. In 1995, Buckner began international adoption services, then in 2002 Buckner partnered with the State of Texas to place the thousands of children waiting in foster care into permanent families. Throughout our history, we have had the privilege of placing more than 4,000 children in loving adoptive homes.

Gladney Center for Adoption

Midland, TX 79701 | (432) 686-9040

Our Heritage is Our Stability - For more than 125 years Gladney has been a pioneer and leading voice for improving the lives of children, adoptive families and birth parents. With unwavering commitment, through good economic times and bad, we have focused on our mission and made a difference in the lives of birth parents, families and children here and around the world.

High Sky Children's Ranch, Inc.

Midland, TX 79707 | (432) 694-7728

High Sky Children's Ranch, Inc. opened its doors in 1963 under the direction of a concerned citizen, Joan Nobles, as a home for girls who had no place to go. In 1985, we changed our license to accept both boys and girls, enabling us to keep sibling groups together. High Sky was re-licensed yet again in 1987 as a treatment facility to work with more traumatized, higher level of care children and later as a Therapeutic Foster Care facility. The programs provide a structure with life skills as well as therapeutic services.

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