Caring Adoptions, Inc.

  • TX


11601 Katy Freeway, Ste 222
United States

About Us

Caring Adoptions is a full service adoption agency that has been finding families for children since 1991. The Agency is licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Although located in Houston, Caring Adoptions works with Birthmothers throughout Texas, and Adoptive Parents throughout Texas and the United States.

All of our social workers have 20 or more years' adoption placement experience. These credentials enable Caring Adoptions to work with all members of the adoption "triad" – the Birth Family, Adoptive Family, and the Child – to ensure a successful adoption placement.

Our Vision Statement:We believe in children and in creating families through adoption.”

Our Mission Statement:

  • to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families through the adoption process
  • to help ensure successful adoption, we counsel, educate, and provide care to birth families
  • identify and educate prospective parents
  • facilitate matching parents with children to create families

Caring Adoptions supports our Birthmother families and humanitarian projects locally and in the countries where international adoptions are facilitated. Clothes, vitamins, medicine, medical equipment and toys have been furnished to the orphanages and programs in the countries from which Caring Adoptions families adopt, to local community programs improving the plight of children, and to our birthmothers’ children not available for adoption.

Family fellowship and peer interaction is also a part of Caring Adoptions' Mission. A spring event for families, "Put Kids First" is held each year at a location geared toward kids, such as the Houston Children’s Museum. The winter brings our annual "Adopted Child's Holiday Event" which includes many activities such as the children designing our annual holiday card, face painting, train rides, petting zoo and of course, a visit from the Jolly Man in Red himself, delivered by a Memorial area Village Fire Department fire truck.