Adoption Event in Belton

Posted February 10, 2015

Adoption Event in Belton

Join us for an evening of information and learning in Belton on Thursday, Feb. 26.

This event is open to currently verified foster/adoptive homes as well as those interested in becoming a foster/adoptive family. Bring your questions and spend time talking to experienced staff at several Child Placing Agencies.

Questions? Contact Megan at [email protected]

 

Why Not You? Why Not Adopt Through Foster Care?

Adoption event puts the spotlight on kids awaiting adoption

The Adoption Collaborative of Central Texas presents a special event on Thursday February 26, 2015.  We invite anyone who is currently a verified foster/adoptive parent and prospective foster/adoptive families too.  There will be an opportunity to meet and talk with CPS caseworkers about the children who are waiting for foster or adoptive homes.  You can also talk with several child placing agencies about training and licensing.  There are currently almost 700 children in the Central Texas area waiting for their forever families.  Across the state, more than 6200 children are waiting.

“Children right here in Central Texas are in need of forever families at any given time, and most people don’t realize it costs little to nothing and is actually easier to adopt from foster care than if you were to adopt internationally.”  Executive Director Kori Gough of Partnerships for Children, the event’s sponsoring agency.

Who:     Anyone interested in fostering/adopting through the foster care system.

What:    It’s a community forum for understanding how foster care and adoption works.

Where:  Bell County Museum 201 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513

When:   Thursday February 26, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

How:      Simply come to learn more.  Plus free food and drinks!