Adoption is part of God’s redemptive purpose in the world, setting the lonely into families.

Though adoption is a beautiful representation of God’s love and care for His children, it also comes with its own set of struggles. Children from hard places often find themselves unable to communicate their needs, fearful of more loss, and unsure of who they can trust. For a parent, these trials can make an impact on each individual in the home, your marriage, and even your community.

But we’re here to walk with you, with support, resources, and trainings, God paints His picture of redemption through your family.

Counseling for Post-Adoption Families

Parenting is hard. Adoption can add another layer of complexity. Children come with struggles outside of their control, and knowing what to do can be overwhelming.

Lifeline counseling specializes in serving clients who are touched by adoption. We recognize there are unique challenges these families face, and strive to excel in those areas to meet clients where they are and help them thrive. Reach out to us today for support for you and your family.

Resources for You

Frequent Post-Adoption Parent Topics

Click on a topic below to find articles, videos, and training courses to help you in your adoption journey.





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Help for Foster Families

Help for Post-Adoption Families
Browse dozens of topics and articles that can help you care for your family.
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Courses on Post-Adoptive Parenting

We offer several courses covering a wide range of topics for special post-adoptive situations. Click on any below to see the subjects that are covered.


Media on Post-Adoption Situations

View our media library offerings on special adoption situations.

Not Finding What You Need? Contact Us!

If the topic you’re looking for isn’t listed here, please reach out for additional help. If you’re facing a situation, it’s very likely another family is as well. And we want to help!