Providence Place Blog

When Tiffany and Brian Korbell learned that they couldn’t conceive, they were crushed. They’ve pictured their lives with a child and they’ve dreamed of having a baby together. Tiffany’s first idea was to turn to adoption. After praying about it and doing some research, both were convinced it was their path in life. One of her friends […]

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Choosing to place a child for adoption is one of the most difficult decisions a person can make. Expectant mothers considering this decision need all of the physical and emotional support they can get. While friends, family, religious groups, doctors, and others can help, adoption agencies are uniquely poised to provide birth mother services for […]

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Adoption involves couples opening their lives and hearts to children who need forever families. However, successful adoptions require the support of a community that is far larger than the adoptive couple. Family, friends, social workers, adoption agencies, support groups, and religious groups all play a part in helping an adoptive family successfully adjust. As someone […]

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Posted on Dec 22

Open adoption, in which the birth parents and adoptive family share information about each other and remain in contact after the finalization of the adoption, has been a common practice for more than 30 years. However, due to the prevalence of certain myths about open adoption, adoptive couples still frequently approach the practice with hesitation. […]

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