International Christian Adoptions, Inc.

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1800 Martin Luther King Parkway, Ste.201
Durham, NC 27707
United States

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DayHours
Monday 8 AM-5 PM
Tuesday 8 AM-5 PM
Wednesday 8 AM-5 PM
Thursday 8 AM-5 PM
Friday 8 AM-5 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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International Christian Adoptions (ICA) began in 1990 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. The Institute for Children’s Aid is one of two major divisions at ICA. We stand on Biblical principles in all we do lending hospitality and sanctuary to all who are in need. Whoever you are and whatever your need as a family, we are here to help you. ICA is dedicated in helping children and their families around the world and in the United States. Our staff are multi-lingual and multi-ethnic and professionally trained to assist in various capacities.International Christian Adoptions (ICA) believes in the sanctity of life in that all children born and unborn are valued and uniquely made.This mission is fulfilled through adoption, foster care, humanitarian aid, counseling and support.


Services and information

  • Traditional Foster Care
  • Emergency Foster Care
  • Respite Foster Care
  • Adoption

Requirements to become a foster parent

The state requires that foster parents get licensed through their local Department of Social Services or a licensed private agency. These sources will be your best form of support. Through them, you'll receive training and have a point of contact for emergencies.

If you ever have questions, reach out to your case manager. They're trained to assist foster families and the children in their care.

The Foster Family Alliance of North Carolina is a statewide association that recruits new parents, provides training, and offers support. You can find training and webinars online. You can also read parenting tips, find your region, and more.

The National Foster Parent Association is a non-profit that provides training and education. Caregivers can also find free online training through the NFPA.

The NC Division of Social Services (NC DSS) is the agency in charge of overseeing the state's child welfare system. NC Kids assists new foster parents with the early stages of the process. You can find children awaiting adoption and access foster care and adoption support services.

It also helps to form connections with other foster families, especially those with years of experience. You may have questions or need advice from them. It can make you feel like you have someone on your side through your journey.


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