It’s a new day.

At Adoption-Share, we give hope to families and children—finding the right match for child and home. Through our Family-Match program for recruitment, family dreams are realized and stable futures are provided for our most vulnerable youth.

Family-Match connects children + families.

We're the bridge—connecting you to agencies 
for faster recruitment and onboarding.

connecting recruitment agencies + qualified families
qualifying prospective families with prescreening
enabling streamlined approval with licensing agencies
matching families + children faster + more accurately

If you’re new, we can help.

Getting started on adoption or fostering is a huge step. Adoption-Share’s Family-Match program for recruitment was created to make it all easier.

We Use Data + Predictive Analytics to Keep Families Moving Forward 

Families complete our six-step recruitment portal. 

Once a family has completed the steps, child welfare workers can evaluate prospective families on markers like relational fit, capacity to meet specific needs, and willingness to care for children currently in need of a home.

While all families are welcome, child welfare workers can prioritize onboarding for families who are the most compatible, capable, and willing to meet the needs of children who are currently waiting for placement.

Foster to Adopt

Licensing + Recruitment on Purpose

The first bottleneck in the onboarding process occurs at the intersection 
of recruitment and the
initiation of the licensing process.

Our Family-Match program for recruitment marries the work of family recruitment organizations with child-placing agencies—resulting in an effortless, coordinated approach to identifying and fast-tracking stellar families just starting off on their adoption or foster care journey. Together with our tool, the most compatible, willing, and capable families can be onboarded first in consideration of meeting the needs of specific children waiting for a stable, loving home.

Family Recruitment Organizations

Child Placement Agencies

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