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Review for ADOPTING CHILDREN TODAY INFORMATION AND OPTION NETWORK, Dayton, OH, USA
Our family’s adoption goal was to adopt female infant. We met Action and their staff at an adoption fair in Centerville. Having looked at other agencies and having prayed over a period of a year we went back to Action. We went back to Action, because of their open door attitude; everyone was welcome to explore the adoption process at the Agency without pressure. Further, the reviews from foster and adoptive families on Action’s website were very encouraging. Most of the other agencies we looked at seemed very impersonal, very formal and had little online information.
After some training with Action, we quickly realized that we might have to wait a long time before we would be matched with an infant and Action was honest enough to tell us the same. They even gave us the option to go to another Agency more specialized in infant adoptions. However, having prayed about the situation again, we believed that we should stay with Action and in a matter of months Action was able to find us a beautiful daughter.
We are grateful to God for leading us to Action and we will be forever grateful for the support, advice and encouragement Action gave us throughout the adoption process. Even though things did not always go smoothly, we had a wonderful experience. Action staff are kind, knowledgeable, experienced and committed to find the best fit for children who need forever families. It is clear that the welfare of children is the Agency’s main priority. Further, they also provide their families with ongoing support groups and a children’s program were kids can make friends and grow. We have had no reservations about recommending Action to our friends and family and have done so on several occasions. Thank you Action for your selfless dedication to helping children find forever families.
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