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Adoption Hosting

“Welcome Home” is a program developed by ICA with the purpose of providing permanency in a family of orphans worldwide. We have developed two programs: Welcome Home International and Welcome Home USA. [Learn More …]

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Foster Care to Adopt

Children in foster care are often eligible for adoption because all efforts to reunite the child into a safe and secure relative home was not successful and adoption was of their best interest. [Learn More…]

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International Adoptions

We have adoption programs in many countries and work with in-country specialists who speak both English and the local language. Our experienced ICA adoption team is ready to assist you in your adoption journey. [Learn More…]

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Domestic Adoptions

Domestic adoption in the United States refers to the placement of U.S.-born infants or children for adoption by their birth parents, who legally consent to the adoption with an adoptive family of their choosing. [Learn More…]

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Institute for
Children’s Aid (ICA)

Institute for Children’s Aid (ICA) began in 1990 with its principle office in California. ICA was built on the foundation of Hospitality and Sanctuary seeking to be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves – believing that all life is sacred. [Learn More…]

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Refugee Foster Care

Your home can provide a safe and loving sanctuary for children in many different situations, including: Unaccompanied Minors, Undocumented Minors, Abused and Neglected Children, Disrupted Adoptive or Foster Placements, and Teens coping with many challenging issues. [Learn More…]

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In The Waiting

written by Sarah Cathryn One of the most difficult aspects of adoption [...]

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Join us this Sunday at Calvary Murrieta for the annual Justice Matters event.
(7:30am, 9:30am, and 11:30am) Special guests will include author and speaker Harmony Grillo, as well as the Director of Law Enforcement Operations for the Human Trafficking Institute, Dave Roberts.
Our very own executive director will be also conducting a workshop after the 9:30am & 11:30am services. We will be discussing the current climate and ways we as a community can fight Human Trafficking. We hope to see you there!

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"A good father will leave his imprint on his daughter for the rest of her life."
-Dr. James Dobson

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Couples often start the adoption process with the hopes and expectations of finding “the” child to fit their family. Along the way, there may be discouragement when “the” child does not seem to come along. The truth is, every child awaiting adoption comes with his/her own trauma, which is anything but perfect. In fact, a child can incur trauma, even prior to being born.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Aside from any of this, we must remember that we ourselves are far from perfect. We’re human. Thus the goal is not to match perfect children with families; rather, our mission is to find the families that will best love, embrace, and meet the needs of hurting children, imperfections and all!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Thank you @adoptnet
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• f a i r t r a d e f r i d a y •

“In India an estimated 200,000 girls and young women are trapped in Sumangali Schemes. The Sumangali Scheme takes place at the inputs production stage of the garment supply chain, where cotton is spun into fabric. A recognised form of child labour and human trafficking, these schemes primarily operate in the Indian State of Tamil Nandu, and most particularly in its western districts of Coimbatore and Tirupur.”
-Article from Be Global Fashion
by Silvia K.

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We know that the adoption process can be long and strenuous. Along the way, you may feel fearful, impatient, and discouraged.


We have seen that God’s timing is always better than our own. As He intertwines our life with someone else’s, we see that all the intricate details have a specific purpose and place. The fear leads us to prayer, the waiting turns to trusting, and the discouragement to hope. And after it’s all said and done, we can see that the waiting had a purpose, the trials made us stronger and that it was never random.

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“I hold my daughter in my arms and thank God for bringing her to me. If the standard route for creating a family had worked for me, I wouldn't have met this child. I needed to know her. I needed to be her mother. I know now why all those events happened. Or didn't happen. So I could meet this little girl. She is, in every way, my daughter. I am carrying my Funny Gift from God and all is good.”
-Nia Vardalos, Instant Mom
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What if I’m not ready?
What if it’s too difficult?
What if we can’t afford it?

Do you feel the call to adopt but find that these fears or many others have kept you from taking the first step?

Come have your questions answered by our staff/social workers at our next info meeting on Jan 14th at 6pm.

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Do you wanna build a family???

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PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY The Council on Accreditation (COA), a national accrediting entity designated by the US Department of State to provide Hague Accreditation and Approval, invites the public to provide comment on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague Accreditation, Approval or Renewal. You are invited to provide comments through COA’s website at: