We strive to keep children and youth with their families or extended communities. When this cannot occur, and a child or youth needs a permanent home, we turn to Adoptive Parents who offer them lifelong connections, stability and security.

Children and youth are best supported by Adoptive Parents who reflect and nurture their unique identities. We’re seeking Adoptive Parents from all intersecting identities, including race, culture, religion/creed, gender and sexual orientation. In addition, we’re encouraging applicants who can care for school-aged children and teens, sibling groups, and children/youth with complex medical needs.

If you are interested in exploring adoption with CAST, we host information sessions to provide specific details about adopting through our Agency, including children and youth we serve, special needs, and openness in adoption. Participating in an information session is one of the first steps required to begin your journey of adoption with us.

If you’re interested in beginning your adoption journey, have questions or would like to attend an upcoming Adoption Information Session please provide your contact information and how best to reach you below.

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