Adoption Evaluation/Placement

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-0300.0350

    Programs that assess the needs and capabilities of children who have been relinquished for adoption, compile the children's social and medical histories, make arrangements for care and supervision of the children prior to placement, evaluate prospective adoptive applicants including a review of adoptive home studies, if available, and select and approve prospective adoptive homes.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adoption (7401 N Broadway) - Adams County Human Services DepartmentAssists children who cannot return home and have the goal of adoption, achieve a permanent home. Recruits adoptive families, assists throughout the adoption process, and provides resources post-adoption. Adams County7401 N Broadway - Adams County Human Services DepartmentAdams County Human Services Department
    Adoption - Kid's Resource Network of Colorado SpringsKRNCS completes agency adoptions. This means a child is placed in an agency that is responsible to complete birth parent counseling, placement of the child(ren), and supervision of the placement. When completing an adoption through the county there are little to no fees attached in the process. Families are typically licensed as a foster / adopt provider as children are initially placed through the foster care system. The child is categorized as foster / adopt until parental rights are relinquished or terminated by court order.El Paso CountyIndividual & Family Life - Kid's Resource Network (Colorado Springs)Kid's Resource Network of Colorado Springs
    Adoption Services - Adoption OptionsProvides adoption placement services for approved families.Denver CountyAdoption OptionsAdoption Options
    Adoption Services (Denver) - Bethany Christian Services of ColoradoOffers the following services to adoptive couples in Colorado: - Home study - Placement and post-placement services in the U.S. or abroad - Support groups for birth parents and adoptive parents Clients will be sent a pre-application packet within 1 day expressing interest.Denver CountyDenver - Bethany Christian Services of ColoradoBethany Christian Services of Colorado
    Adoption Services (Harlan St, Denver) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsOffers placement services and couples options to adopt that include open adoption, international adoption, and ready-and-waiting services. Denver CountyHarlan St, Denver - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    Birth Parent Counseling, Adoptions, and Post Placement Adoption Services - Nightlight Christian AdoptionsOperating from Christian principles, facilitates the adoptions of infants by counseling birth parents through options, and offering assistance in creating an adoption plan. Also facilitates the adoptions of infants and children, and follows up with families after the placement of the child to provide resources and support.Larimer CountyNightlight Christian AdoptionsNightlight Christian Adoptions
    Child Foster Care/Adoption - Denver Human Services (DHS)Provides foster care and adoption information for prospective foster and adoptive parents. Places children who are the responsibility of Denver County in foster homes and grants adoptive parents the legal rights, privileges, and responsibilities of parenthood.Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Child Protection Services (Georgetown) - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Child Welfare Unit is housed in the Clear Creek County Court House in Georgetown, and is comprised of a team of caseworkers and a Casework Supervisor. The program provides: - Adoption services - Child abuse investigations - Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) - Out-of-home placement - Referrals to community resourcesClear Creek CountyGeorgetown - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesClear Creek County Department of Health and Human Services
    Foster Care and Adoption (1690 W Littleton Blvd) - Jefferson County Human ServicesCollaborative Foster Care recruits, trains, certifies, and supports foster and adoptive families throughout Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson counties. Services include foster care and adoption information for prospective parents and coordination of foster care and adoption services for children currently in custody of Human Services. Identifies families who are able to meet the needs of specific children waiting to be adopted.Jefferson County1690 W Littleton Blvd - Jefferson County Human ServicesJefferson County Human Services
    Foster Care and Adoption Services (Denver) - Maple Star Specialized Community ServicesProvides foster care and adoption services for children ages birth to 18 years of age. Works to license foster parents and support them and the children in their care through therapy and counseling, parent coaching, and other programs.Denver CountyDenver - Maple Star Specialized Community ServicesMaple Star Specialized Community Services
    Foster Care Services (Northern Colorado) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsThe Foster Care Program provides skilled and caring foster families for children who cannot live with their birth families for a number of different reasons. Most children in need of foster care have been abused or neglected. Foster families provide foster children with a safe, nurturing home and work with LFS staff to address each child's special needs. Each child placed in the foster care program receives intensive case management services, individual or family therapy (as needed), and comprehensive clinical assessment, planning and oversight. Staff also assist with foster care adoption.Larimer CountyNorthern Colorado Services - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    International Adoption Services - Hand in Hand International AdoptionsPlaces children throughout the world in adoptive homes in Colorado and the United States. Provides home study and post placement services for adoptive families.Larimer CountyHand in Hand International AdoptionsHand in Hand International Adoptions

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