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Round Rock Adoption Agencies

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A World For Children

Round Rock, TX 78664 | (512) 218-4400

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, A World For Children contracts with and is licensed by the State of Texas to provide foster and foster-to-adopt services for abused and neglected children across the State. Our agency began in 1997 with a single office in Round Rock. Today, while our corporate office remains in Round Rock, A World For Children is now represented in all 12 regions of the State, with 12 offices in the following locations: Amarillo, Brownwood, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, McAllen, Round Rock, San Antonio, Tyler, Victoria and Wichita Falls. Our extensive reach allows foster parents in all areas of the State to have an office close to their home to provide any support they may need. At A World For Children, we pride ourselves on being more than simply a corporation - we’re one big extended family.

Angelheart Adoptions - Round Rock Location

Round Rock, TX 78665 | (512) 310-9857

Angelheart, Inc. is a small, licensed, nonprofit adoption agency that can help a birth mother through the difficult and confusing road ahead. If you are pregnant and unsure of what to do next, we can help. We will assist in the decision making process by providing you access to counseling, assisting with living expenses (in certain conditions), and providing information about all of your options. If you are searching for the best way to expand your family, we can help. If you’ve considered fostering or adopting a child or adopting a new born baby we have information for you. We are happy to help you navigate through this exciting time in your life and are here to help every step of the way. The goal of Angelheart, Inc. is to prepare, advocate, and nurture all those involved in the adoption process.

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