Vietnam Adoption Agency Program:
Ventures for Children International
Vietnam Adoption Agency Program Description: We are a full service Christian Adoption Agency. We provide resources for those considering adoption, and beginning an adoption. We provide extensive help in preparing dossier, working with BCIS, and we provide frequent updates on the process. Yearly reunions for all of our VCI families, as well as mom's weekends, cultural events and social activities. Clear post placement instruction and help. VCI provides home study, placement and post placement services. Families will be escorted and supported during their visit to Vietnam by the staff of our Vietnam Office.
Humanitarian Work in Vietnam: In 1998 we built a large Orphanage and Elderly Social Welfare Center in Ninh Thuan province, provided $3000 per month in direct aid to the orphanage for formula, food, and caregivers ,We also purchased a new car for the province . In 1999 we built a large Orphan Center in Nhe An province and provided all interior furnishing needs for the orphanage to operate. In 2000, we built a large Orphan and Elderly Welfare Center in Phu Yen province. We provided the interior furnishings for it . In 2002, we built a new OB/GYN wing on to the Vinh City Hospital in Nhe An province. It included delivery rooms , healthy newborn rooms, and special rooms and equipment for newborns with needs. We provided support during the process.
Requirements: Single women welcomed, large families welcomed, age requirements flexible, Families may choose gender.
Estimated Cost: Approx. $15,500 : Program Fees are yet to be fully determined. Fees are transferable to other adoption programs within the agency.
Date Agency Started: 1997
State(s) Licensed In: Arkansas
Date Started in Vietnam: 1997
Vietnam Provinces: Nhe An
501(c)(3) Non Profit: Since 1998
Memberships: We participate in Family Life Ministry's Hope for Orphans conferences.
Adoption Agency: Ventures for Children Int.
Address: 1621 Starr Drive, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72701
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