We provide this resource page as
a service to those families who may
be considering adoption as an option.
According to the National Council
for Adoption, babies, regardless
of medical problems, who are "free
for adoption," generally don't
wait long for families. There are
waiting lists of families wishing
to adopt infants with Down syndrome.
National Council for Adoption
1930 17th Street
NW Washington, DC 20009-6207
The NDSAN manages a waiting list for those wishing to adopt babies with Down syndrome.
National Down Syndrome Adoption Networki
Adoption Hotline: 513-213-9615
The mission of the National Down Syndrome Adoption Network is to ensure that every child with Down syndrome has the opportunity to grow up in a loving family. We provide support and information to birth families, adoptive families, and agencies who are seeking homes for a child in their custody.
- Christian Homes and Special Kids
Over 350 families signed up,
ready and wanting to adopt children
with special needs.
PO BOX 39
Porthill, ID 83853
2121 S. Oneida St., Suite 420
Denver, CO 80224-2575 USA
300 Main Street, Suite 201
1-800-681-1731 (in Colorado) Se
Also, please feel free to call around
to local social services agencies
and adoption agencies. They are able
to offer professional birth parent
counselors who will be able to help
you decide whether adoption is the
best decision for you and your family.
We wish you all the best, and please
feel free to contact us for more
information. As always, your interactions
with our association are confidential.
RMDSA - 303-797-1699