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All God's Children International - Oregon Office, Beaverton OR

  • Agency Name
  • All God's Children International - Oregon Office
  • Agency Location

  • Beaverton, OR 97005
  • Contact Phone
  • (800) 214-6719
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  • Services Offered
  • International Adoption; Oregon Foster Care Adoption
  • Description
  • Our ultimate goal is for every child to know the love of a family, which is why we’re working to provide elevated, family-like care in existing orphanages. By creating family plans for each child, we’re able to provide children with the best possible outcomes through reunification, adoption, or supported independence.
  • Adoption Process
  • International Adoption Process: Step 1: Research adoption countries. Certain countries may be a better fit for your family due to factors like age, need, cost, and average wait time. Step 2: Submit a preliminary application. Step 3: Complete a formal AGCI adoption application. Step 4: Finish adoption orientation process. Step 5: Choose a home study agency. AGCI is licensed to perform home study services in Oregon, Washington, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky. If your family resides outside of these five states, you will select a home study agency from our list of cooperating agencies. Step 6: Receive client portal access. Oregon Foster Care Adoption Process: 1. Home Study Process: Once contracted with AGCI, your next step is to complete your home study. During the home study process, you will complete training to develop a better understanding of the needs of the children living in foster care. The training will also provide information on resources available to you. Once the home study is complete, you will begin the waiting process. A family’s home study will be valid for two years. 2. Waiting Process: Once the home study is approved, your family can receive updates on children available for adoption. You may then make a request to your case manager to be considered as an adoptive family for children available for adoption. Multiple home studies may be reviewed by caseworkers at any given time. There is no guarantee that a state caseworker will select your family for committee/review or that your family will be selected as the adoptive family for a child during this time. 3. Adoption Committee/Review Process: Families may be selected for a child by an adoption committee or through a review by the child’s state caseworker. 4. Placement Process: Once your family is chosen by the adoption committee/review, placement of the child in your home will happen in approximately two to eight weeks. Placement timelines will depend on the child’s age and needs. Meetings with y
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