Adoption in Tennessee

To become an adoptive parent you:

  • Can be married, single or divorced.
  • May or may not have other children.
  • Can own your own home or rent.
  • Can work full time.
  • Must be at least 21.
  • Must be a resident of the State of Tennessee.
  • Must be able to meet the financial and emotional needs of your own family.

Essentially, if you are stable and can provide a child with the love, as well as the support he or she needs, you may be a candidate to become an adoptive parent.

View current children in need of a forever home, here.

 

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Happy New Year!
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Some of you may look back on 2017 with great fondness, with delight of goals accomplished, dreams achieved, others may be happy to see it now behind you. We are excited to turn the calendar and are eager to see what 2018 will bring. We love the gift of a new year, a clean slate. Whatever regrets came with 2017 can disappear and we get a do-over. 365 squeaky clean days ahead. Our dreams that weren't fulfilled have renewed hope in the new year. 

We are delighted to launch our new website, we have new associations in the making, and are already planning our Walk Me Home events in 2018. You will find more information about association meetings and our TFACA events on our new calendar. Check it out. 

As always, we love to hear from you. You are the voice of foster families in Tennessee.

-Grace Davis, TFACA Executive Director

 

 

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