Members of the Indiana House of Representatives recognize November asNational Adoption Month to help raise awareness of children waiting for forever homes and recognize those Hoosiers who have welcomed adopted children into their lives.
Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) said in a recent release, “The Indiana Adoption Program can help connect prospective parents to Indiana’s waiting children, like Jesse of Fulton County. Click here to read their stories, view more young Hoosiers waiting for adoption and learn more about adoption.”
There are many misconceptions about the adoption process, including that you must already be a parent in order to adopt, or that you must own your own home. Click here to find answers to frequently asked questions.
Rep. Jordan said, “All children deserve to live and grow up in safe environments with loving families supporting them along the way. To learn more about Hoosier children waiting to be adopted, as well as resources to help with the adoption process, visit indianaadoptionprogram.org.”