Adoption

The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.



All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center

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Website http://alloptionsprc.org
Contact Shelly Dodson
Phone 812-558-0089
Email shelly [at] alloptionsprc [dot] org
Address 1014 South Walnut
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description
At All-Options we provide Hoosiers with open-hearted support across all of their pregnancy and parenting turning points by providing free pregnancy tests and peer counseling, materials support like diapers and baby clothes and referrals to all kinds of community services. We know that every individual’s and family’s reality is different, and we trust and support people through every pregnancy and parenting turning point. Whether you need support for unplanned pregnancy, miscarriage, infertility, abortion, adoption, or parenting, All-Options is here for you. All-Options is secular, client-centered, and all services are free of charge.

All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center is a program of Backline, a national nonprofit organization that has been creating space for people to find unconditional and judgment-free support since 2004.

Incorporation Status Exempt
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EIN 87-0729403
Updated June 02, 2015

The Villages

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Website http://www.villageskids.org/
Contact Melissa Coons (Clinical Director)
Phone 812-332-1245
Email mcoons [at] villages [dot] org
Description

The Villages hosts a monthly Info Night: Discovering Foster Care as well as Foster Parent/ Relative Care/ Adoption Classes/ Licensure. This no-for-profit organization is the largest child and family services agency in Indiana. Our vision is that every child will flourish in a healthy, nurturing, self-sufficient family. Foster care is a temporary care provided by individuals and families who open their homes and hearts to become temporary parents to children whose birth parents and/or families are unable to care for them. Villages foster parents are provided with the training and finances to provide physical and emotional supports to children who are separated from their own family. Helping a child maneuver life's transitions to become a stable adult capable of creating a positive future for themselves and others can change the world! Call for more information

Additional Contact Lisa Huff (Family Community Support Specialist)
Phone 332-1245
Email lhuff [at] villages [dot] org
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Updated October 16, 2014

Villages of Indiana, Inc.

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Website http://www.villages.org
Phone 812-332-1245
Description

The Villages, Indiana's largest not-for-profit child and family services agency, serves over 1,200 children and their families each day. Their vision is that every child will flourish in a healthy, nurturing, self-sufficient family and are committed to finding every child a safe, permanent and nurturing home.

Phone 1-800-822-4888
Incorporation Status Incorporated
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EIN 351708240
Updated April 30, 2015
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