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The National Pro-Choice Adoption Collaborative is here to support you.

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“I am very excited that the Abortion Care Network has been able to welcome TRULY pro-choice agencies that put women first.” —Charlotte Taft, Imagine Counseling

We provide an empowerment model to expectant parents that truly honors your individual choice.

Open Adoption & Family Services (OA&FS) and Friends in Adoption (FIA), two non-profit, high-integrity, national agencies have formed The National Pro-choice Adoption Collaborative, (NPAC). We are very unique in that we are pro-choice, not religiously affiliated and do not discriminate.

Much misinformation still exists about adoption. Many unsuspecting women fall prey to exploitive, for-profit adoption facilitators. Additionally, over 95% of adoption agencies are religiously affiliated, advocating an anti-choice agenda and antiquated adoption practices.

We provide an empowerment model to expectant parents, and will truly honor your individual choice. We are the experts in open adoption. The genuine and lasting child-centered relationship is at the core of our high-quality option adoptions. Over the past thirty years we’ve placed over nearly 4,000 children. Click on our logos below to learn more and choose the agency that feels right for you.

The National Pro-Choice Adoption Collaborative is Friends in Adoption and Open Adoption & Family Services.

Open Adoption & Family Services (OA&FS) and Friends in Adoption (FIA), two non-profit, high-integrity, national agencies have formed The National Pro-choice Adoption Collaborative, (NPAC). Contact either of our agencies to explore your options.
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Friends in Adoption

1-800-982-3678

www.friendsinadoption.org

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Open Adoption & Family Services

1-800-772-1115

www.openadopt.org

Our adoptions are different. This infographic shows how.

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For service providers: What happens when you refer an expectant parent to NPAC?

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