Apply Now Selecting A Program Family Connections Christian Adoptions (FCCA) exists to assist the waiting children of the world into loving, permanent families. As a living expression of our love for Jesus Christ, we are committed to providing quality adoption services to children everywhere in need of forever homes, and to every family who welcomes them. FCCA complies with all state and federal laws regarding non-discrimination. However, sometimes the state or country from which the client hopes to adopt has different standards and laws that may limit your eligibility to participate in their programs — even if such limitations would be impermissible under California law or federal law. The good news is that so many options exist for people in different circumstances! We welcome you to explore our different programs, learn more about the process, and ask us questions. We do not believe in pressuring people into anything – or talking them out of anything. Rather, our philosophy is that when we provide thorough and accurate information, clients know how to make good decisions for themselves and their families. So, that’s our goal: to empower you with the facts you need to create and navigate an adoption plan, either with FCCA, or with another trusted professional of your choosing. Let’s get started! Adoptive Parent Info Packet The links below will take you to a variety of information about adoption in general, as well as thespecific adoption programs offered by FCCA. Facts About FCCA Brochure of FCCA Client Rights and Responsibilities The Adoption Process Program Descriptions Fee Schedule Sample General Adoption Service Agreement (all programs) Sample Resource Family Approval Service Agreement Addendum (fos-adopt program) Sample Domestic Service Agreement Addendum (private domestic adoption and guardianship-to-adoption program) Sample International Adoption Service Agreement Addendum (for home study, post-placement, and finalization/readoption services only; does not include Primary Provider services such as matching or referrals). Submit an Inquiry to FCCA After you submit an inquiry, an FCCA staff member will contact you to find out more about your adoption plans, and to share information about the services we offer. You may then schedule a free information session, which is conducted online via Zoom from the comfort of your home or office.