Adoptive Parents

Adoptive Parents | Foster Carer Parents With Teenger

Prospective Adoptive Parents

We support prospective parents who are considering adoption and will provide assistance through the assessment process.

We also support carers in providing long-term care for children and are one of a few NSW agencies dual accredited for both foster care and adoption, to enable us to provide foster-to-adoption services.


Give a child the family they need

Whether you are starting a family or growing one, adoption is a beautiful way to give a child a loving home.

If you’re thinking about adopting a child or a young person, there are many options to consider, depending on what’s best for your family.

Family Spirit adoption experts can guide you through every aspect of the (sometimes bumpy) experience, helping you give a child the life they deserve.


Making the choice for your child

It can be a heartbreaking decision to put your child up for adoption. You may need practical, legal or personal support as you navigate this new world.

Lean on our team of kind professionals, who are always available to answer your questions.

They are there to support you, but most of all, they want to do what’s right for you and your child.


Want to know more about your birth family?

If you have spent time in foster care or were adopted through the Catholic Welfare Bureau, CentaCare or CatholicCare, we can help you access your birth records.

Keen to talk more? Get in touch or call our team on 13 18 19 to find the answers you’re looking for.


Every family deserves acknowledgement and respect. Even during the rocky patches, it is a priority to keep families together.

However, during particularly stressful, difficult times, it may not be in a child’s best interest to stay with their birth family. In those situations, a carer or guardian can step in.

They provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment for a young person who has experienced challenges and trauma in their family life.

Children & Young People

Every child deserves a safe home—a place where they feel secure, sheltered and protected.

More than that, a home should also be somewhere children and young people can thrive.

That’s why we work closely with families to ensure children are nurtured in safe, stable and supportive environments, where they are cared for and can grow to be strong, independent adults.