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Client Reviews

Adriana B.

ACFB was not our first adoptive agency we have explored, but it was the right place for us. They genuinely care about everyone involved in the adoption process, including the birth mothers. They were honest, helpful and supportive. We will forever be grateful, that thanks to ACFB our family is complete.

Amy W.

It was a pleasure to work with Maggie and the rest of the staff at Adoption Center for Family Building. They were great at answering our questions and providing guidance at each step. We were happy with the support we received and the kindness they showed us and the Birth Parents.

Ben V.

Barbara is a very pleasant person to work with, she made us feel comfortable every step of the way. At times during our process we faced difficulties but with her guidance we were able to stay focused and achieve our goal.

Robin R.

Everyone in this organization is amazing. They offer unending support and guidance through what may easily be the most difficult and rewarding journey in life.

B. M.

My daughter was able to place her baby with a lovely couple this week. Thank you, Linda Fiore, for making this all so professional and comfortable as we made the decision that is right for everyone. Thank you to Mary for guiding my daughter so lovingly. God's blessings for the adoptive parents who opened their arms to our whole family. Thank you to all who made this happen! God Bless you!

KC & Alex W.

The best part of working with ACFB is the education you receive before you make any decisions or invest in anything, they want to know your story - the trauma or sadness that you have been through before you start your adoption journey. ACFB creates a successful environment for adoptive parents to create successful families.

    PREGNANCY AND ADOPTION RESOURCES IN INDIANA

    Adoption Center for Family Building staff will make referrals to local resources and provide transportation to clinics and hospitals. If you are interested in learning more about open adoption, please call 800-869-1005 or text Linda at 773-919-5702 or La’Shea at 708-320-8630

    Women Infant & Children (WIC)
    800-942-1636
    Offices throughout the state provide milk, cheese, other dairy products and diapers for low-income pregnant women and children.

    Hoosier Healthwise–Health Resources for Pregnant Women, www.in.gov
    800-403-0864 (For Medicaid, food stamps, cash assistance)
    HHW is the State of Indiana’s health care program for children, pregnant women, and families with low income. Based on family income, children up to age 19 may be eligible for coverage.

    Hannah’s House Maternity Home
    518 West 4th Street Mishawaka, IN 46544
    (574) 254-5309
    808 N. College Avenue Bloomington, IN 47404
    (812) 334-0104
    24 Hour Help Line: (812) 334-0055
    Hannah House is a comprehensive residential program for pregnant women and teenagers. They provide a safe home environment for pregnant women and teenagers. The residents of Hannah House receive case management services to address their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

    Health Visions Midwest, hvusa.org
    The program has a direct service component that assists pregnant women in accessing healthcare in Lake County, Fort Wayne, and East St. Louis.
    Call 219-844-2698 for Lake County Area
    Call 260-745-1600 for Fort Wayne Area
    Call 618-271-7000 for East St. Louis Area

    Indiana State Department of Health, www.in.gov/health
    2 North Meridian Street, Section 8B
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
    800-522-0874

    Indiana Planned Parenthood, www.plannedparenthood.org
    Provides comprehensive reproductive health care and referrals

    National Domestic Violence Hotline, www.thehotline.org
    1-800-799-7233

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
    800-273-8255

    Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition, www.nihhc.com
    444 North Nappanee St., Elkhart, IN 46514
    (574) 522-0966
    This organization provides preventive healthcare programs to the community through education, advocacy, physician referrals and research.

    On Your Feet Foundation, www.onyourfeetfoundation.org
    847-433-7820
    Provides support to birthparents following an adoptive placement.” Focuses on helping their clients build a better life by giving them the tools they need through case management and coaching, monetary grants and through the creation of a community of other birthparents.

    Volunteers in Medicine 
    811 West 2nd Street, Bloomington, IN 47403
    812-333-4001
    Free health clinic operated by volunteers and with the support of the community and Bloomington Hospital, the Volunteers in Medicine clinic provides free, quality primary and preventive care for both chronic and acute illnesses.

    Wheeler Mission
    Provides food and shelter to those in need in Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana.
    Call 317-635-3575 for Indianapolis
    Call 812-727-6300 for Bloomington

    YWCA Rape Crisis Hotline and Counseling Services, www.ycwa.org
    Operating 24-hour support for survivors of sexual assault and their significant others.
    Call 219-881-992 for Northwest Indiana Area
    Call 574-233-9491 for North Central Indiana Area
    Call 260-424-4908 for Northeast Indiana Area
    Call 765-742-0075 for Greater Lafayette Area
    Call 765-284-3345 for Muncie Area

     

    For information about your adoption options and pregnancy resources, please contact us: http://www.centerforfamily.com/contact-us/