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Family Adoption Consultants (FAC) is a private, non-profit adoption and foster care agency licensed in the States of Ohio and Michigan.  More than anything else in the world, children deserve a permanent, secure and nurturing family.  Since FAC opened its doors in 1982, we have helped more than 4,500 children find their way to loving adoptive families.  The need for families is great and is even more significant when you consider that the children we serve are innocent victims in their need for the unconditional love, support and connections that only a family can provide.

FAC is a full service adoption agency, able to assist families with both domestic and international adoptions.  Families are educated and supported by experienced and trained professionals as they deal with the complexities of the adoption process, attachment difficulties and the management of special needs presented by the children placed in their homes.

FAC has established relationships with local child welfare organizations and is able to work both within our respective States, as well as throughout the United States to assist families identifying children waiting for adoption.  Additionally, our Michigan office assists children and families by providing foster care services to children in need of a safe place to live while their birth families are getting the assistance they need inorder to be able to parent effectively and safely.

Internationally, we have our own programs through both China and the Philippines.  Our administrators maintain ongoing, personal relationships with government officials and our representatives overseas.  FAC is also able to assist families interested in adoption from Korea and other Asian countries, Latin America and Eastern Europe, by coordinating services with out of State agencies.


07 Apr

John & Meghan

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Thank you for wanting to learn more about our family. Meghan is an elementary school principal and John owns a real estate property management company.

What Meghan says about John:

There are many qualities that I love about John.  He is caring, confident and engaging.  As a couple, we balance each other out.  More than anything, John is committed to his family.  He values family and is a wonderful father.  John is passionate about his family and works hard to make us proud of him.  I love this about John.

What John says about Meghan:

We met at a party my brother was hosting.  I was immediately attracted to Meghan’s engaging personality, confidence and how genuine she was.  I felt a comfort level with her after a few hours that I’d never felt with anyone before.  I konw the night I met Meghan she was the woman I wanted to spend the rest of my life with.

Joseph Donald is named after both of his grandfathers.  He is an active 4 year old who loves to swim, fish, explore, build puzzles, read books, help in the kitchen, build things and play almost any sport.  He is full of love, curious about the world around him and is going to be a great big brother.

We respect the courage it takes to give your baby the gift of life and the selflessness in pursuing adoption.  We know that your decision to consider adoption has to be very difficult. We understand that you love this child and have the best wishes for a stable, secure and fulfilling life for this child–one that is part of a loving family.

We honor your decision, appreciate your sacrifice and hope that we make you proud of the way we raise your child.  Our extended family includes a history of adoption so please rest assured that this child will be raised in a nurturing family.  Our unconditional love has prepared us to welcome a new child into our family.

Our family is prepared and committed to providing your child with lots of love and a strong family environment to support them as they grow.


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