Empowered to Connect 2019 Conference (Simulcast)
When: April 5 & 6 (all day both days)
Cost: $15/person or $20/couple (includes lunch both days and workbook)
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia has been providing pregnancy counseling and adoption services to families in the area since 1932. We serve people of every race, creed, ethnicity and religion (over 80% of our clients are not Catholic). We look forward to working with you.
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia assists families as they consider their options for a domestic adoption. Types of domestic adoption programs include: agency placement, parental placement, independent adoption, or kinship adoption.
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia has networking agreements with multiple adoption agencies that can assist you in the adoption of internationally-born children.
Adoption Search and Disclosure
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia can assist adult adoptees (18 years or older) who wish to contact their birth families whose adoption was planned through our agency.
Adoption Information Nights
Come learn more about Catholic Charities’ Adoption Program. Information nights are held monthly at 6:00 p.m. Dates and locations vary each month. Please be sure to RSVP if you plan to attend.
Wednesday, February 20th Newport News (12829 Jefferson Ave.)
Thursday, March 28th Virginia Beach (5361 Virginia Beach Blvd.)
Wednesday, April 17th in Newport News
Thursday, May 23rd in Virginia Beach
Wednesday, June 19th in Newport News
RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 757-456-2366, ext. 1019
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia’s Post Adoption Services Program utilizes the evidence-based Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) approach developed by Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross. The Goal of the program is to help educate, support and provide tools and materials to help families maintain successful adoptive placements, especially for families who have adopted children from difficult backgrounds.
All services are provided FREE of charge through a grant from the Virginia Department of Social Services