Hope N. Heller, Ph.D. Adoption Services, Inc.

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10411 Clayton Rd.
Ste. 305
St. Louis, MO 63131
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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  • Adoption Services: COUNSELING individuals and couples during the treatment of reproductive services including infertility treatment. Working with people to decide if they want to consdier adoption or chose to lead a child-free life; PRE-ADOPTION consultation to assist people in understanding their options and develop a personalized program for sucessful adoption; PROVIDE assistance to ensure a sucessful adoptin experience. Strategize with singles/couples/partners in their efoorts to achieve results in adopting. Escort them through the process of putting together the required papaperwork. Support their emotional needs durin this challenging experience; COORDINATE and assist in the adoption of children in both domestically and internationally; PROVIDE post-placement adoption services; PROVIDE counselfing for parents of adopted children; PROVIDE counseling for adopted children adolescents and adults; PROVIDE family counseling to work through the many questions, concerns, and issues who ha

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  • Adoption
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Requirements to become a foster parent

Foster parents receive a maintenance payment to help cover some of the care costs of raising a child. The rate parents receive varies depending on the child's age and their special needs. Foster children also receive a clothing allowance, covering their medical needs.

The Missouri Department of Social Services website shows you the latest rates.

However, these maintenance payments aren't always enough. Everything from school supplies to toys can cut into that budget. Many businesses and organizations are stepping up to help cover the gaps and assist foster families.

Foster Together provides a walk-in shopping service for foster children free of charge. Kids can find new and like-new clothing, toys, car seats, and more.

Foster parents caring for younger children can look to Nurses for Newborns, which provides health assessments, screenings, education, and more support.

Another valuable resource is respite care, which gives foster parents a break when needed. Respite foster care is a temporary service offered by other trained foster families. It's also useful in the event of an emergency situation.


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