I Am Alive adoption home study screens prospective adoptive parents' home and life before allowing an adoption to occur. In some places and all international adoptions, a home study is required by law. Even where it is not legally mandated, it may be required by an adoption agency. Depending on the location and agency, different information may be sought during a home study. A home study can be used to aid the prospective parents in preparing to raise an adoptive child and rule out those who are not fit to be parents. The ultimate purpose of a home study is for the benefit of the child, not the parents. Therefore, I Am Alive screeners are trained to be thorough in their examinations. The good news is that I Am Alive screeners make adoption home studies are pretty straightforward and painless processes in general. If you are a prospective parent, consider I Am Alive Home Studies as simply an opportunity for you to explain yourself and your family situation. You may be required to provide documentation and evidence of your capacity to protect and provide for a child. It might take some time and effort, but so does growing a family at every stage. Whether you are prepping for a home study or simply exploring the possibility of adoption, I Am Alive screeners can help you prepare for your home study from start to finish.

Due to the CDC guidelines for the COVID-19 precautions, we do offer Telehealth services. We offer interviews and sessions with one of our counselors using your computer or mobile phone devices.