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We are committed to making each adoption experience completely individual for each adoptive family and birth family.

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Dealing with an unplanned pregnancy can feel overwhelming. You don’t have to face it alone.

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Whether long term foster to adoption, reunification or short-term fostering to support the Forever Family plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I start the adoption process?

The adoption process begins with a home study.  Carolina Adoption Services (CAS) is fully licensed and accredited to provide adoption home study services in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Click here to learn more.

What other services does Children's Adoption Services offer?

Children’s Adoption Services offers a variety of services related to domestic and international adoptions.  We are here with you every step of the way throughout the process and guide you and your family in this journey!  CLICK HERE  to learn more.

How would I retrieve Adoption Files from a previous adoption with CAS

How would I retrieve Adoption Files from a previous adoption with CAS

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Start the Adoption Journey in 3 Simple Steps

Starting your adoption journey doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Work your way through the steps below and make your dream of adoption a beautiful reality!

Paperwork of Love

How do you get through the waiting?” a client asked me after I told her I had also adopted and tried to encourage her in her long list of paperwork to do’s.

What to Do in the Waiting: Gather Books for Bonding

You close the door after the social worker leaves and the last home visit is done! This is a time to celebrate the huge feat of completing a home study showing you are ready to adopt a child. So, what do you do next while you wait for a referral?

Wishing & Waiting

Do you remember hoping for a family when you were at the orphanage?

My daughter looked up at me, over her waffles and answered, “Yes. I remember sitting on the bed, looking out the window at the stars and wishing for a family.”