Hoping to Adopt

Growing families for over 55 years.

Hoping to Adopt

Growing families for over 55 years.

Colorado Christian Services is a source of hope for Christian couples who are unable to have children biologically and who dream of becoming parents.

 

We’ve had the privilege of placing nearly 1,200 children into loving, adoptive homes in our more than 55 years of service to the community.

 

Licensed in the State of Colorado, we are a child-placement agency that is able to assist families who reside in other states as well. And, we handle all aspects of the adoption process — from application to finalization.

 

Discover all our specialized services that have enabled us to play a key role in growing families hoping to adopt for over five decades. Colorado Christian Services can help you navigate the complex process of adoption.

ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS

How long must we wait?

The average wait for an infant adoption at Colorado Christian Services is 18 months. In our Traditional Infant Adoption Program, we will assist you in actively marketing yourselves as adoptive parents. We will teach you how to use a profile and other promotional tools in order to come into contact with prospective birth mothers. This tends to decrease the time you spend waiting to be chosen as adoptive parents.

How much will it cost to adopt and when are the fees due?

Adoption fees are the responsibility of the adopting family. There are a number of different types of adoption and each has a unique fee schedule according to the services provided. We are happy to provide you with the fee schedule for the type of adoption you are pursuing.

What does openness in adoption look like?

The level of openness is unique to each adoptive placement. Most of our birth mothers desire an open adoption which typically means meeting the family before the birth and continuing direct contact thereafter. At Colorado Christian Services, we value openness in adoption, but occasionally birth mothers request a semi-open or closed adoption.

Do we need to hire an attorney in order to complete the adoption process?

It’s not necessary for you to hire your own attorney — but you can if you would prefer. At Colorado Christian Services, we work with an attorney to ensure that your adoption meets all state legal requirements. We are represented by Colorado’s leading family law firm — Grob & Eirich, LLC.

The overall knowledge and experience of the staff, their personable style, and most of all, the tremendous amount of evident love poured into the birth moms that walk through the Colorado Christian Services doors, are all reasons we chose to partner with this reputable adoption agency.

 

— ADOPTIVE FAMILY —

The overall knowledge and experience of the staff, their personable style, and most of all, the tremendous amount of evident love poured into the birth moms that walk through the Colorado Christian Services doors, are all reasons we chose to partner with this reputable adoption agency.

 

— ADOPTIVE FAMILY —