Our Address:
12200 Fairhill Road, Floor A3
Fairhill Partners Collaborative Campus
Cleveland, OH 44120

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We recognize adoption as a complex, lifelong, and intergenerational journey with ongoing impact for all those whose lives are touched by it.

Important Message from our Board Chair

Upcoming Events

Annual Adoption Network Cleveland Cookout

2:00 - 5:00 PM | Saturday, August 17

Everyone in the Network connected to Adoption Network Cleveland and their families are invited to join us for our Annual Cookout! This includes anyone who has participated in programs - past or present, volunteers, donors, board members, staff, community partners, and family members. There will be food, games for the kids, entertainment, music, community and fun!

We will also be hosting a special, in-person General Discussion Meeting directly before the Annual Adoption Network Cleveland Cookout. It is an opportunity for individuals in the Cleveland area to come together in person and participate in a meeting. Please note that this meeting is for adults only. Childcare will be provided during the meeting for children ages 2+. Please indicate during registration if you need childcare. Also, please bring a lawn chair which you can use for the meeting. We ask that you register separately for the General Discussion Meeting.


Creating Futures Benefit & Silent Auction

6:00 - 10:00 PM | Saturday, September 14

Save the Date! More information and a formal invitation to follow. 


Thank You Corporate Partners!

Together we build community and help create a brighter future.

Our Mission

Adoption Network Cleveland connects and empowers individuals, organizations, and communities impacted by adoption and foster care, providing a source of healing for those in need since 1988.

See how Adoption Network Cleveland changes lives.

On the Blog

The Family Resilience Fund was created to support vulnerable families and provides financial assistance to adoptive parents, foster parents, kinship caregivers, and parents who themselves were formerly in foster care during their youth.

While our regular meeting discussions flow with the input of participants, once a month a meeting takes a unique, single, special topic for a deeper facilitated discussion. Upcoming sessions cover a variety of subjects like positive self-talk, emotional perspectives during the holidays,

Every year, approximately 20,000 young adults age out of the foster care system in the United States—stepping into the adult world without the safety net of family and navigating life independently.