Adoption

Adoption Services

WACAP is proud to be one of the largest and most experienced international nonprofit adoption agencies in the United States. The first child placed by WACAP in 1976 was a child from our US Kids program, who had been living in Washington state foster care. Since then we have expanded our work to many countries around the world and currently offer active adoption programs in Bulgaria, China, Haiti, India, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand

"Our experience with you was wonderful! Tomorrow marks our one-year anniversary! That was such an incredible day, wish I could experience it again! Thanks again for helping us bring our little girl home."
—Wendy

In addition to adoption placement services, WACAP's social services department can provide homestudy and post-placement services to families in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut who might have been placed through an outside agency or adoption program.

WACAP is pleased to offer continued lifetime training and support for adoptees and their families. 

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Sept 15, 17

—Jaydyn is a smart, funny, and thoughtful teen who really wants a family of his own. He has many interests, including sports, music, comics, and video games. He’s an inquisitive guy who is interested in how things are made and..... Learn more

“I have three sisters from India who were adopted through WACAP. I have always highly respected your agency.” ~ Becky

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Contact us

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 88948
Seattle, WA 98138

Main Office

315 S. Second St.
Renton, WA 98057

Phone: 206-575-4550
Fax: 206-575-4148
Toll-free: 1-800-732-1887
Email: wacap@wacap.org 

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New York Office

108 W. 39th St. Suite 805
New York, NY 10018

Phone: 212-302-6676
Toll-free: 1-800-977-6852

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Wisconsin Office

4818 S. 76th St., Ste 125
Greenfield WI 53220

Phone: (262) 377-7700
Fax: (262) 377-7745


Connecticut Office

40 Richards Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06854

Phone: (800) 732-1887

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