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All God's Children, Inc., Bogart GA

  • Agency Name
  • All God's Children, Inc.
  • Agency Location
  • 1671 Meriweather Dr., Ste 101
    Bogart, GA 30622
  • Contact Phone
  • (706) 316-2421
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  • Services Offered
  • Adoption
  • Description
  • All God's Children was incorporated in 1997 in an effort to provide more adoption opportunites for the children who wait. Our focus is on the children who wait longest for families. We are comminted to increasing awareness in Georgia about the need for adoptive families. We provide an intense process of preparing families to adopt older children, help match families wih waiting children, and provide close support to families after a child is placed in the home. All God's Children, Inc. works in partnership with the Georgia Department of Human Services to find families for Georgia's waiting children. All God's Children also assists in the placement of waiting children in state custody elsewhere in the United States.
  • Adoption Process
  • Inquiry: Call us or complete an online inquiry form. The staff of All God's Children can provide more information about the children we serve and other questions you may have. Application: You may submit your Application to Adopt any time after you receive your information packet in the mail. When your completed application is received, our director will review the application and assign an adoption caseworker to your family. Training: The next step is pre-service training for families who are interested in moving forward in their plans to become adoptive parents. PATH (Parents as Tender Healers) training allows prospective parents to explore adoption issues and learn more about parenting children with a history of losses. PATH training is offered on Saturdays. There is no charge for the training. Please contact All God's Children to find out when the next PATH training is scheduled. Home Study: Your adoption caseworker will then meet with you and your family to complete your family assessment or homestudy. Required documentation you must provide includes physical exams, drug screens, criminal background checks, verification of marriages and divorces, and proof of income, as well as personal references. The interview process is a chance for the caseworker to learn about you and your family while you learn about the children who need homes. A homestudy document is written at the end of the training and assessment process. It describes your family and your abilities to parent adopted children. The completion of training and your homestudy document takes 8 to 12 weeks. Matching: Your family assessment will be presented to social workers throughout Georgia and the United States. The time it takes for a placement will depend on your skills and experience and your openness to school-aged children or children with special needs. Waiting for a child can be a frustrating time for families eager to adopt. Children’s workers who make placement decisions are always lookin
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