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Christian Adoption Services - Matthews Location, Matthews NC

  • Agency Name
  • Christian Adoption Services - Matthews Location
  • Agency Location
  • 624-100 Matthews-Mint Hill Road
    Matthews, NC 28105
  • Contact Phone
  • (704) 847-0038
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  • Services Offered
  • Domestic Adoption; International Adoption; Direct Services: Home Studies and Pre- and Post-Adoption Services
  • Description
  • Christian Adoption Services is a non-profit adoption agency that is committed to providing needy children the opportunity of having a loving, Christ-centered family.
  • Adoption Process
  • Domestic Adoption Process: Attend informational meeting, Complete Preliminary Application, Initial Review, Complete Application for Adoption, Participate in Pre-placement Assessment (Homestudy) Process, Meeting with Domestic Program Coordinator, Submission of Photo Book for Review and Finalization, Submit Photos for website, Participate in Required Trainings, Receive referral for Placement, Follow-Up Post-Placement Visits by a Caseworker; Czech Republic - Steps of the Process: Complete Application for International Adoption through CAS online management system, Initiate the Home Study through CAS or other Hague Accredited agency if living outside North Carolina, Complete Hague pre-adoption training, Submit Home Study draft to CAS for review if home study prepared by another agency, Submit finalized Home Study to Immigration to acquire the pre-approval to adopt, Gather all dossier documents and submit to CAS for approval, Submit dossier documents for authentication by Secretary of State, Have approved dossier documents translated into the Czech language, Send all dossier documents and their certified translations to CAS for submission to the Office in Brno, Official referral to be reviewed, Acceptance of referral, The Office will make contact with the child’s current caregiver to establish a date for meeting the child, Applicants will travel to the Office in Brno to meet with a staff lawyer and psychologist, Applicants will meet with child, psychologist, and interpreter at the establishment where the child is currently residing, Psychologist will develop a report based on this initial interaction, Barring any complications, child will be entrusted into the applicants’ care, Within 14-21 days, the psychologist will make a final determination on the quality of the interaction between the adoptive applicants and the child, If the interaction is positive, applicants will submit a letter informing the Office of their intent to adopt the proposed child, Office will mak
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