Adoption Legal Services

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    Taxonomy Code: FT-3000.0300

    Programs that provide assistance for people who want to independently adopt a child, legally relinquish a child for adoption or initiate or respond to litigation which involves the placement or removal of a child.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Birthparent Counseling (Denver) - Bethany Christian Services of ColoradoProvides counseling for birth parents in Colorado who are considering adoption as an option for their child. Program includes hospital visitation and counseling before and after birth and assistance with the legal process regarding termination of parents' rights.Denver CountyDenver - Bethany Christian Services of ColoradoBethany Christian Services of Colorado
    Legal Services - Rocky Mountain Children's Law CenterProvides referrals, self–help and education, legal consultation, and/or direct representation for the following types of cases: - Education Advocacy - Serves youth and children with behavioral challenges. Assistance can include Individualized Education Plan/504 assistance and enforcement, school to disciplinary procedures, or general advocacy work. - Caregiver Advocacy - Serves non-parent caregivers such as grandparents, foster parents, or non-relative caregivers. Offers assistance with power of attorney, guardianship, allocation of parental rights, and adoption. Cases are reviewed on a case by case basis to evaluate their individual eligibility and merits. Types of service from community referrals, legal advice or information, to full representation, will be determined. Denver CountyRocky Mountain Children's Law CenterRocky Mountain Children's Law Center

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