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Expectant parents will find respect and compassion from the staff at ADOPTIONS OF INDIANA. Staff members and volunteers include birth mothers who understand the decisions still ahead of you. It is our mission to provide you with a comfortable and safe place to talk about your options and to gather useful information, support, and guidance through your decision making process and beyond. Whether you decide to parent or make an adoption plan for your child, we promise to support you. We are always available to you and we are happy to meet you wherever you are comfortable. Call us toll free at 1-888-573-0122 to speak to us when you are ready. Volunteer. Donate. Review.



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Events

  • Birth Parent Support Group

    03/23/2017 to 03/23/2017

    This is a monthly support group were you can talk openly about your joys, challenges, and concerns as you live life as a birth parent and receive support, wisdom and encouragement from others who have walked the same path. This group is led by our licensed staff  and birth parent mentors and is free for

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  • Adoption Information Sessions

    04/03/2017 to 04/03/2017

    Please join us to learn more about Adoptions of Indiana’s Domestic Adoption Program. Meetings will be held on the 1st Monday of each month. Space is limited so pleace RSVP by calling (317) 574-8950 or email addison@adoptionsofindiana.org.

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  • Developing Healthy Adoptive Families

    04/21/2017 to 04/21/2017

    Learn how children understand adoptive issues as they develop and how to talk to them in a developmentally appropriate way. Small group breakout sessions focused on practical application will be included.

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  • Journey to Adoption: Another Road to Parenthood

    04/21/2017 to 04/21/2017

    Learn the differences of parenting by birth and parenting in adoption and practical tools for forming strong connections and attachment.

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  • Birth Mother’s Day Celebration

    05/04/2017 to 05/04/2017

    Each May Adoptions of Indiana’s Birth Parent Support Network sponsors our annual Birth Mother’s Day celebration which includes dinner and a ceremony. This night honors and validates birth mothers for the role they have in their birth children’s lives. Women invite a support person in their lives to attend with them and enjoy an evening together with

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  • While We Wait Dinner

    05/17/2017 to 05/17/2017

    Adoptions of Indiana clients who are waiting to adopt are welcome to attend our, “While We Wait” dinner.  This is a wonderful opportunity to meet other waiting families, support one another, and share experiences with one of our adoption specialists.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Allison at allison@adoptionsofindiana.org to receive further information.

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  • Relationships with Expectant and Birth Parents – Attorney Clients Only

    05/19/2017 to 05/19/2017

    Learn how to navigate the relationships between adoptive parents and birth parents by gaining a direct understanding from birthparents themselves about their needs and reasons for making adoption plans. This session is for prospective adoptive parents working with an attorney, NOT families adopting through Adoptions of Indiana.

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  • Relationships with Expectant and Birth Parents – AOI Clients Only

    08/18/2017 to 08/18/2017

    Learn how to navigate the relationships between adoptive parents and birth parents by gaining a direct understanding from birthparents themselves about their needs and reasons for making adoption plans. This session is for Adoptions of Indiana prospective adoptive parents.

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  • What Transracially Adopted Children Need from Their Parents

    09/15/2017 to 09/15/2017

    Over the years adult adoptees have shared with us that love is not enough when parenting a child of another race. Through learning research on adult adoptee racial and adoption identity; hearing perspectives of adult adoptees, adoptive parents, and adoption professionals; and hearing VanderWoude’s own experiences as a racial minority in a Caucasian family and community, attendees will quickly learn what

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