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Welcome to the Alliance for Children!

What does it take to adopt a child?

Flexibility. Openness. A readiness to parent. Most prospective parents are eager to love a child but have concerns about adoption. That's where we come in. At Alliance, we begin with attentive listening - this allows couples or singles ample time to explore, state preferences, and think about their choices.

Adoption is the intentional act of creating a family. It happens through a step-by-step process that is its own enriching experience. At Alliance, we place over 200 children a year and have done so for over 30 years. Our size allows us to take a personal interest in your family. Our experience enables us to find the child that is right for you.

The Alliance For Children, Inc., is a private, nonprofit adoption agency licensed since 1974 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the state of Rhode Island. Since 1974, we've been placing children from the United States and around the world in permanent adoptive homes. We provide complete adoption services to applicants within Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and South Carolina. Throughout the United States, we provide placement services for applicants who have completed a local homestudy. We also work closely with other international adoption agencies, allowing us to find the right child for you through a cooperative network.

Adoption creates change for the better. For the children, for the parents, and for all of us who work with the orphanages and birthmothers. It takes a deliberate act of will to say yes to adoption. If you can take the first step, you may one day find yourself looking back in wonder at all you have since become.

For more information, feel free to contact us:

The Alliance for Children, Inc.
55 William Street,
Suite G-10
Wellesley, MA 02481-3902
Tel (781) 431-7148
Fax (781) 431-7474

We are accredited for international and domestic adoption services from the Council on Accreditation.

We are a member of the Joint Council on International Children's Services.