Adoption from China
More than 100,000 abandoned children from newborn to age seventeen are living a
hard life in state- and private-run orphanages across China. Over 95% of these unfortunate
children are impacted by minor, major, or multiple physical conditions. As children
with medical needs, they are considered totally unadoptable in a culture that has
only until recently long rejected the practice of adoption.
However, many of these children are absolutely adoptable and many of their physical
conditions are either correctable or manageable through the advanced medical resources
readily available in the US.
As the #1 ranked China-focused adoption agency, CCAI has found loving homes for
over 2,500 abandoned children with medical needs. Almost on a daily basis adoptive
parents tell us: “We wish we had done it earlier.”
Thank you for considering the possibility of bringing home one of these precious
children. Your decision may very well change the life of a child who otherwise would
never know or feel the love of a family.