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Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis - Adoption Services, Saint Paul MN

  • Agency Name
  • Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis - Adoption Services
  • Agency Location
  • 1276 University Avenue West
    Saint Paul, MN 55104
  • Contact Phone
  • (651) 647-3100
  • Contact Name
  • License Number
  • 800329
  • Services Offered
  • Adoption Program for Prospective Adoptive Families: Education, Counseling, Support, Supervision, Finalization and Certification; Post Adoption Services: Counseling/support, Education, Renegotiation of contract agreements, Searches and facilitation of reunions; Pregnancy and Birth Services: Qualified and experienced staff available to explore the options of parenting or placing a child for adoption, Exploration and facilitation of open adoption, Birth father counseling available, Short-term care available for infant during decision making, if needed, No-cost services, Onsite prenatal clinic and low-cost delivery available, Opportunity to review and choose adoptive families
  • Description
  • We offer services to expectant parents, couples who want to become parents through adoption and to persons who were adopted. Also, if you placed a child for adoption through Catholic Charities or were adopted through Catholic Charities, we can help you in your search.
  • Adoption Process
  • District Office
  • District Office Phone
Comment from Michelle Lawrence: Hello, My husband and I are considering adoption. If you could send us any information that would be great! We are currently parishioners of St.Hubert’s in Chanhassen. Thank you, Michelle & Taylor Lawrence
Comment from Shannon Bagan: I was adopted out of the Catholic Charities of St Paul back in May of 1966. I the mid 1980's I looked up my birth mother through you and we met. She was living in Mississippi and I was attending college in New Orleans at the time. I did not handle the meeting well and soon after cut off contact. Now at age 53 I have a better perspective and wish to write her a letter apologizing for how poorly I handled the situation. I have lost all of her info and only recall her first name was Sue and she was living in Mississippi at the time with her husband. If I were to write a letter and send it to you would you be able to forward it on to her? Thank you, Shannon Bagan
Comment from Gary Curtis Birkholz: I was placed with Catholic Charities in 1954 and would like to conduct a search if possible of my adoption records. Thank you.
Comment from Lynne Majidian: Hi, I was pursued a search for my birth mother in 2003 and was connected to her. I corresponded with my birth mother once through you and would like to correspond again. Can you please let me k ow my case worker who can help facilitate this for me? Thanks. Lynne Carlson Majidian. D. O. B. 04/13/1966

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