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Find Eastern European Families to Adopt My Baby

When you make the brave, selfless choice of adoption, one of the biggest decisions is choosing the perfect family for your baby. What a perfect family looks like is ultimately up to you, but you could want an Eastern European adoptive family for any number of reasons.

When you choose adoption with us, we’ll help you find that perfect family. That’s because we’re a national adoption agency that works with hopeful adoptive families across the country. From Czechoslovakian American Families to Russian American families and everywhere in between, we’ll connect you with all types of Eastern European families looking to adopt.

Start looking at Eastern European families who want to adopt a baby now by checking out our adoptive family profiles. You can also fill out our online contact form to get more free information about how we can help make your adoption as smooth and straightforward as possible.

Can I Find Eastern European Adoptive Families in the U.S.?

Yes, you can find Eastern European families looking to adopt in the U.S.

As of 2016, Eastern Europeans accounted for the largest share of all Europeans in the U.S., 44% of the 4,785,000. That means that finding Polish American families, Romanian American families or any other type of Eastern European family is absolutely possible with us.

No two adoptions are exactly the same. The choices you make will impact your adoption journey, like why you would want to find an Eastern European adoptive family.

Finding Hungarian American adoptive families could be important to you if you or your family is from Hungary. Family traditions can make some of the most prominent memories of a childhood. Maybe you celebrated a traditional Hungarian Christmas when you were younger. Maybe you currently celebrate Christmas with a Hungarian spin on it, enjoying dishes like halászlé or chicken paprikash.  

You can choose an Eastern European family looking to adopt for whatever reason resonates with you. Maybe you aren’t Ukrainian yourself, but you grew up in a community with Ukrainian-American families. Positive experiences with those families, like play dates with their kids when you were a kid or having your family become friends with Ukrainian families could lead you to want to find a Ukrainian-American adoptive family for your baby.

Whether you are Eastern European and want to give your baby up for adoption or not, you can find all different types of families with us.

From Czech-American families looking to adopt to Slovak families who want to adopt a baby, people from all walks of life adopt for various reasons.

Contact us online to get more free information now about how we can help you find Eastern European adoptive families or start looking at the thousands of adoptive families we work with now. If you can’t find a family on our site, then reach out to us. Our large network of adoption professionals means you can always find the perfect family with us.

Finding Eastern European Families’ Adoption Profiles

Adoption with us puts you in charge of every aspect of your adoption journey. Adoption with us means you benefit from:

If you want to find an Eastern European adoptive family, then we’ll connect you with families that meet your criteria. With the thousands of adoptive families we work with nationwide, we’ll find the perfect adoptive family for your baby.

Start looking at those families right now or fill out our online contact form to get more free information about getting the support you deserve with us.

How Do I Find Eastern European Families Looking to Adopt? [3 Steps]

Step 1: View Our Adoptive Family Profiles

Whether you want a Polish American adoptive family for your baby or to find a Czechoslovakian American adoptive family, you can find adoptive families that meet what you’re looking for by taking a look at our adoptive family profiles.

We’ll present you with families that meet your criteria. But you can start looking at the families we work with at any time to see what kind of families meet your wants and needs for your baby. 

Step 2: Determine the Type of Relationship You Want with the Family

The majority of adoptions today are open, or at least semi-open, adoption. Open adoption allows you to have a relationship after placement with your baby and the Eastern European adoptive family, if you want.

Being Eastern European could be something you are very proud of. Open adoption gives you the chance to share that love for your culture with your baby and the adoptive family.

Step 3: Determine What Type of Family You Are Looking For

Finding an Eastern European adoptive family for your baby may be important to you for any number of reasons. Whatever reason that is, you can find the type of family you are looking for with us.

Contact us online to get more free information about finding Eastern European adoptive families with us. You can also browse the adoptive family profiles of the families we work with right now. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is American Adoptions the right adoption agency choice for many birth mothers?

American Adoptions is one of the largest licensed adoption agencies in the United States. Each year, we work with thousands of women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy and offer assistance to these women. Our large, caring staff is able to assist you seven days a week and provide you with one-on-one counseling about your pregnancy and available options.

You should choose an adoption agency where you feel completely comfortable with their services and staff. With American Adoptions, you will work with an Adoption Specialist who is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Adoption Specialist will be your advocate and will provide support and guidance as you create an adoption plan that is right for you.

How will the family tell my child about me and the adoption when my child is older?

Each family has their own style of introducing adoption to the child. When you are matched with an adoptive family, you can ask them this question. If you would like your Adoption Specialist to discuss it for you, just let her know. He or she can share your wishes or provide good ideas from other adoptive families.

You will also be able to share what you want your baby to know about you. You can complete a keepsake booklet to share hobbies, stories, photos of you and your family and a letter to your baby. The adoptive family can provide this to your child as he or she grows older. Be as creative as you like! Some birth mothers have even knitted a special blanket as a gift to their baby or given a similar symbol of their love.

The father of your baby can fill out the birth father's keepsake booklet or write a letter too. You may have other family members who would also like to share photos or a letter to the baby. This is your opportunity to pass on your and your family's love and to share your personality, history and reasons for choosing adoption. The adoptive family will treasure whatever information you provide and will share it with the baby at an appropriate age. In most adoptive homes, the word adoption is in the child's vocabulary early on, and adoption is celebrated in their lives.

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