Generations Adoptions

Generations Adoptions is a non-profit Christian adoption agency serving families and expectant mothers.
We provide permanent Christian adoptive families for children in need; counseling and support services for women throughout their pregnancy; and Christian families for orphans around the globe.

Generations Adoptions is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) adoption agency licensed by the state of Texas to provide adoption services. Opened in July 2004, Generations began offering domestic infant adoption services to birth and adoptive families across the state of Texas. On April 1, 2008, Generations achieved Hague Accreditation from the Council on Accreditation (COA) to offer international adoption programs for families in all 50 states.

Generations Adoptions is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) adoption agency licensed by the state of Texas to provide adoption services. Opened in July 2004, Generations began offering domestic infant adoption services to birth and adoptive families across the state of Texas. On April 1, 2008, Generations achieved Hague Accreditation from the Council on Accreditation (COA) to offer international adoption programs for families in all 50 states. Our current programs include Uganda and Ghana. Our Mexico program is 'on hold' pending our accreditation in Mexico.

In Uganda, we work with a baby home near Kampala as well as a children’s home in northern Uganda. The children available for adoption are orphaned or abandoned. At the baby home, the infants are primarily ages 6 months – 36 months at time of placement. Older children are available for adoption at a children’s home that we work with.

In Ghana, we work with a children's home near Tema that works with orphaned and abandoned children, as well as children who have been rescued from child slavery to fishermen on Lake Volta. The children available for adoption are primarily four to fifteen years of age, with some infants and young children available. Dedicated staff and caregivers nurture and love the children.

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