America World's Haiti program is open to new families. We have dossier submission opportunities available immediately.

Haiti continues to have a great need for families to adopt children who have been orphaned due to poverty and natural disasters. The America World Haiti team has assisted families across the country in growing their families through Haiti adoption.  Learn more about how to begin the Haiti adoption process on the pages that follow. After filling out an application, receiving approval through America World’s intake process, and signing an Agreement with America World, prospective adoptive parents initiate what we call the…

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Timeframe: 24 - 48 months
Healthy & Waiting Children: 0 - 15 years
Parents Ages: 30 - 50; Single women, 35 - 50
Marriage: 5 years
Estimate Expenses: $25,525 - $34,585 + travel & post adoption
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Overcoming Adoption Costs

By Mike Stone | March 6, 2018

There are many reasons why people consider adoption but never move beyond the ‘thinking about it’ stage.  While not everyone is called to adopt (important to note), the cost of adoption should not be THE reason for not moving forward if God is leading you. Over 4,500 families have adopted, or are in the process of adopting, through America…

Haiti adoption

An Adoption Story: Adoption – A Beautiful Disaster

By Mike Stone | March 5, 2018

Years ago I memorized this verse from the Bible.  “Have no fear of sudden disaster or of the ruin that overtakes the wicked, for the Lord will be at your side and will keep your foot from being snared.”  Proverbs 3:25, 26.  I grew up in a home with a dad that drank, but it never had the…

Welcome Home from Haiti, Leverence Family!

By Chris Kline | February 14, 2018

A BIG congratulations to the Leverence family who recently returned home from Haiti with their beautiful daughter! As you can see from the photo above, they appear to be doing very well and enjoying family life together. This beautiful girl is experiencing snow for the first time in the photo below. The first of many…