330 Children in Michigan’s Foster Care System Need Adoptive Homes
Consider making a real, life-changing impact in someone's life. Consider providing an adoptive home to a child in Michigan.
About 330 kids in the foster care system in Michigan are looking for adoptive homes.
Bruce, 13, is from Kent County and is one of those kids. He likes koala bears and french fries. He says he wishes “for family safety, for lots of love, and for the world to be a better place.”
In fiscal year 2017, more than 1,900 children were adopted from the Michigan foster care system.
Want to help?
It doesn't matter if you are single or married. You don't have to be wealthy or own a home you just need to have adequate financial resources to provide for a family.
Children in the foster care system become eligible for adoption following termination of parental rights due to abuse or neglect. There are about 13,000 children in the foster care system, but the goal for most of the children is reunification with their families.
Anyone interested in adopting from foster care can contact the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273 and see biographies and photos of children available for adoption.