Adopthelp is listed in the Adoption Services category in Sherman Oaks, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Adopthelp which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Adopthelp on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

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15450 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
(818) 789-3477
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Recently, the Georgia senate altered an adoption bill regarding the ability of private adoption agencies to refuse services to parents due to religious reasons. Many adoptive families have protested and are hoping to repeal the amendment.
ATLANTA (AP) — Private adoption agencies that receive state funding could refuse to provide services based on religious faith and other priorities...

As an expectant mother, you may be considering adoption as a choice. Find out some of the reasons women choose adoption and how they know it is the right decision for them:
Placing a child for adoption can be a difficult choice as a birth mother, however if you think you will choose adoption it's important to know why...

We love this! See this adoptive mother's heartwarming Adoption Day photoshoot, where she included all of those involved in her adoption process:
Millie Holloman may be the only one who signed the papers to make her foster daughter her adopted daughter, but that doesn't mean it was a solo...

We are pleased to announce the births of Julia, Ada, Landon, Brigid, Isabelle, Samantha, and Oliver! We are so excited to welcome them to our AdoptHelp family!

After news broke about the Independent Adoption Center (IAC) closing abruptly, many families are devastated and confused about the prospect of adoption. IAC indicated that part of the reason for the closure, was due to the changing climate of adoptions. While the process of adoption has certainly changed over the years, many of these changes have been positive and benefit adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive parents across the board. Although the IAC stated that they were not able to keep up with the changing environment of adoptions, we’d like to take a deeper look at the reasons why the IAC closed and why hopeful adoptive parents should not be discouraged in their adoption search.
After the closure of the Independent Adoption Center, many families are wondering about adoptions today, why the agency closed, and where to go...