Agape offers adoption services to those experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering adoption as an option and also for those looking to adopt. If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering adoption as an option for your child, we are here for you to provide love, encouragement and hope – without judgment.
How do we provide loving
homes for our children?
We welcome applications for adoptive families. We always strive to honor the wishes of our maternity clients to the highest degree possible. We are gratefully accepting applications and we have staff standing by to assist all families by walking through this process with them.
We encourage interested families to email Gina McNeil or call 901-323-3600.
What services are available to me?
Do I have to pay for any of these services?
What if I decide to parent?
Do my parents have to know? Will you help me talk with my family about adoption?
If I start the adoption process, can I change my mind? How much time do I have?
If my baby has special needs, is adoption still possible?
Can I have ongoing contact with the adoptive family and child?
What counseling and support services do you provide before and after a child is adopted?
Memphis Family Connection Center is designed to support and serve anyone touched by adoption. Whether you are an adult adoptee, a birth parent, or an adoptive family, or are struggling through bonding or other post-adoptive issues, the team at MFCC will work to help your family heal.
Located at 815 N. McLean Blvd. in Memphis, MFCC provides connection-based, trauma-informed care to the Shelby County, TN adoptive, foster care, and special needs community. MFCC launched as an independent organization in the fall of 2018 after being a part of the Agape Child & Family Services offerings since 2014. We are proud to continue our partnership with this organization that provides holistic attachment-centered counseling, occupational therapy, speech therapy, calming techniques, nutrition plans, sensory care, resources, and educational support through the TBRI (Trust Based Relational Intervention) model.