Specializing in infant adoptions, our adoption professionals assist both the birth and adoptive parents with placement and counseling. The staff members act as mediator to facilitate a flow of information between the birth and adoptive parents as needed and as desired.
Both domestic (USA) and international home studies are available through our program.
For adoptees or birth parents wishing to learn more about their adoption, Search and Reunion services provide helpful social and medical information as well as the possibility of new relationships with biological family members.
437 North Topeka Street
Wichita, Kansas 67202-2413
In Wichita: (316) 263-6941
Toll Free: 1 (866) 839-4327
Fax: (316) 263-5259
Catholic Charities assumes a moral duty to assist birth families in selecting the best possible home for the child they have placed in our care, finding loving parents for children, not simply providing children for childless couples. With more than 60 years experience in facilitating adoptions, we are available to serve the biological birth families, the adoptive parents and adoptees for the life of the adoption, to act as mediators and to facilitate a flow of information between the birth and adoptive families.
Caring, Qualified Staff…Reputable Program
The adoption professionals at Catholic Charities Adoption Services hold degrees in social work, are state-licensed in their professions, and are trained to assist with special areas of concern. The adoption staff is sensitive to every person’s unique background and culture. Our approach is personalized. We respect all religious beliefs and embrace faith as a source of healing and renewal.
Catholic Charities is licensed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment as a child-placing agency. Catholic Charities Adoption Services staff members are licensed by the State of Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board. Catholic Charities Adoption Services is also accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services of Families and Children, Inc., ensuring: quality standards, multicultural and multiracial insights and capacities with respect to diversity; and a service focus that builds on individual and family strengths.