Acadia Adoption Center LLC

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PO Box 623
Naples, ME 04055
United States

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DayHours
Monday9AM - 5PM
Tuesday9AM - 5PM
Wednesday9AM - 5PM
Thursday9AM - 5PM
Friday9AM - 5PM
Saturday9AM - 5PM
Sunday9AM - 5PM

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Our small, personal staff of experienced adoption specialists has assisted birth mothers from all backgrounds for over 20 years. Here are the people who will get to know and help you.

We’re here to help you on your journey. Adoption for your child is a brave, caring, and positive choice. But it can bring uncertainty – about finances, your safety, where you’ll live. What about their expectations, the birth father, your family, and friends? Can anyone relate to what you’re going through?

Welcome to Birth Mother's Journey & Acadia Adoption Center - From your first contact with us, we’ll support and empower you without judgment or pressure. You’re taking a big step, so let us help you move forward confidently with your options spelled out. We can help you consider your future and the future you want for your baby.

Your journey is your own - There is no one like you. We take the time to get to know you and your situation, so our advice and suggestions are relevant to only you. Birth parents make adoption plans for different reasons. We are here to answer your questions about adoption so you can decide whether it is right for you and your child. Some of the many ways we’ll guide you are:

  • Assessing your budget and living situation
  • Helping you find safe & loving adoptive parents who you feel right about
  • Arranging for Legal services, counseling, and scheduling your prenatal care
  • Providing emotional support before and after your pregnancy

Services and information

  • Adoption

Requirements to become a foster parent

Maine's Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Child and Family Services, is in charge of recruiting and training prospective foster parents. They also place children in supportive homes. As such, you can always turn to your DHSS for help.

You can find educational resources, handbooks, and references on their website. All resource parents must be licensed by the OCFS.

The Maine OCFS has partnered with many child welfare agencies that provide support. A licensed child-placing agency can train new parents and ensure they meet licensure requirements.

Resource parents can also learn about reimbursement for care-related expenses. Examples include safety gates, clothing, school supplies, etc.

Plus, foster families can access information, referrals, peer support groups, mentoring, and respite care.


Ratings and Reviews

Average user rating

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Ethel Merman
Jun 18, 2021

The ladies here are so helpful and considerate. They do all they can to make the adoption process go smoothly and really for FOR you.

Rating: 5

Renee Wetstein
Aug 01, 2017

As an adoption attorney who has been doing this work for more than 20 years, I am always pleased when I get a call from this agency or from adoptive parents using this agency. They are very professional, detail oriented, available, responsive and go the extra mile to ensure that all parties have their needs met and that the best interest of children are served.

Rating: 5

Jen Gosselin
Aug 01, 2017

My husband Jeff and I became parents to a beautiful little girl thanks to the amazing efforts of Acadia. The staff is beyond professional. They found us the perfect match and were with us every step of the way through the Adoption process. I highly recommend this agency to help you achieve your dream of Adopting.

Rating: 5

Novia Raine
Jan 09, 2017

This agency is the BEST all of the staff is AMAZING and Very supportive emotionally, mentally and physically. I'd diffently give them 10 stars out of 5...

Rating: 5