Adoption with NWF Health Network
Every effort is made to help a child remain with his or her family. However, in some cases, parental rights must be legally terminated and the child becomes available for adoption. As with foster placement, NWF Health and its partner agencies are committed to finding stable and supportive homes for children available for adoption. Our program is designed to provide numerous support services to our adoptive families including on-going training and continual staff support.
Interested in becoming an Adoptive Parent?
For information about becoming an adoptive parent in Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, and Franklin counties call Camelot Community Care at (850) 488-0506 or visit their website.
For information about becoming an adoptive parent in Bay, Washington, Gulf, Holmes, Calhoun, and Jackson counties call Twin Oaks at (850) 418-9776 or visit their website.
For information about becoming an adoptive parent in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties call Families First Network at (850) 418-9776 or visit their website.
Hope Connection 2.0
Hope Connection 2.0 is a therapeutic camp for adopted children and their families. Derived from The Hope Connection, the original TBRI summer camp created by Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross in the late 1990’s, Hope Connection 2.0 is designed to meet the needs of the entire family, from parents to adopted children to adoptive siblings. Families will learn to better connect with one another, understand and meet needs, and regulate behavior in the context of relationships.
Fall 2023 Camp:
- Applications closed
- Camp Weekend #1 October 6-8, 2023
- Camp Weekend #2 October 27-29, 2023