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New Haven Adoption Agencies

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‘r kids Family Center

New Haven, CT 06511 | (203) 865-5437

The 'r kids Family Center is a 501(c)3, Connecticut based non-profit organization committed to providing specialized, high quality services to children in out-of-home care and their families; promoting permanency, safety and stability for children through services to their biological, foster or adoptive families. We were founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1996 by a grassroots group of concerned community professionals, foster and adoptive parents. The 'r kids Family Center is a licensed child placing agency through the state of Connecticut Department of Children and Families, and is credentialed through Applied Behavioral Health for a variety of child welfare related services.

Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Hartford

New Haven, CT 06513 | (203) 596-9359

Catholic Charities is one of the oldest child-placing agencies in Connecticut. For ninety years, we have been dedicated to serving and preserving families and children of all races and religions. Catholic Charities has always advocated the right of every child to have a loving, permanent home, and the agency encourages the adoption of children with special medical, emotional and psychological needs. Our adoption program is licensed by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families. We provide a full range of services, including homestudies, for domestic, international, and special needs adoptions. In addition, search services are available to adult adoptees that are interested in learning about, connecting with, or reuniting with their birthparents.

Jewish Family Service of New Haven, Inc.

New Haven, CT 06515 | (203) 389-5599

JFS is a nonprofit agency serving Connecticut residents, regardless of race, religion, or national origin.

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