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Join Adopt4Life at our “Going for Gold” Family Month events across the province! In each participating Region area, families are invited to join us for winter fun; prices, times, and activities will vary across the province. Visit our site to get your tickets!
Adoptive parents and families need support. We need to be able to access these supports in the moment. Professionals can help in many ways but they go home at night. We are living this.
Families are the cornerstone of our society. Families raise our children and build our communities. As families succeed, Canada succeed.
~ His Excellency, Governor General David Johnson, Throne Speech 2013
Post adoption peer support is an invaluable way to help adoptive families succeed.
There are no perfect solutions or cookie-cutter strategies. Every day is different, every situation is different, and behaviour issues change.
We wrote The Promise: Truth from the Trenches of Adoption because we wanted parents to have tools to get through what may feel impossible, and let them know a happy family life was possible.
To me, the New Year brings new opportunity and hope. 2017 was probably one of the more challenging parenting years of my life, and I know we are far from over.
On behalf of Adopt4Life, please accept our appreciation for the statement made by Minister Michael Coteau in the Ontario Legislature on November 1st, 2017, recognizing the importance of Adoption Awareness month. As the Chair of Adopt4Life’s Board of Directors, I was deeply appreciative and thankful for Minister Coteau’s remarks. I know my feelings were also shared by everyone at Adopt4Life, particularly those in front-line service roles who are delivering the critical supports and services to families that Minister Coteau spoke of.
TORONTO, ON, November 6, 2017 – Adopt4Life, Ontario’s Adoptive Parents Association, is excited to recognize National Adoption Awareness Month in November with a campaign that explores ‘Openness in Adoption’ in all its forms, for Ontario families.