National Infant Program
The National Infant program is an option for families open to babies with a variety of backgrounds from all over the United States. Choice partners with National adoption agencies who are working with expectant mothers looking for a specific type of family that may not be offered within their agency. Choice will complete a home study, provide training and offers guidance in beginning the adoption process.
Our partner agencies collect and provide available background information about the expectant parent(s).
Expectant mothers that are a potential match with our waiting families are provided copies of the family’s profile book. Families receive information about the expectant parents and decide if this is the right match. Interstate adoption laws generally require travel to the state where the baby is born. Families may be required to stay in the state for up to two weeks while waiting for interstate compact clearance before traveling back home with their baby.