Downturn in adoptions forces voluntary agency to close

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, July 5, 2022

A voluntary adoption agency (VAA) has announced its closure after 30 years blaming a reduction in children being placed for adoption and changes in placement practices by regional adoption agencies (RAA).

Less children are receiving adoption as their permanency plan, Families for Children says. Picture: Adobe Stock
Less children are receiving adoption as their permanency plan, Families for Children says. Picture: Adobe Stock

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