It's My Turn Now Georgia (IMTNGA) publicizes the need for permanent homes for children from the
Georgia foster care system in hopes of bringing together caring parents and waiting children to make forever families.
A photolisting of these children can be viewed under the Meet the Children tab.
IMTNGA also promotes the adoption of these children through the following websites:
Wednesday's Child - Georgia is a partnership of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, WAGA Fox 5
TV - Atlanta, and the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services Permanency Unit. It is a media based recruitment tool, utilized to heighten adoption awareness and to feature waiting children that are available
for adoption. Videos of these children can be viewed on the website www.wednesdayschild.dhs.ga.gov.
AdoptUSKids is a photolisting tool for connecting foster and adoptive families with waiting children throughout the United States.
Registration and participation on the site is FREE for home studied families, foster care and adoption professionals.
Featured children can be viewed at www.adoptuskids.org.
Children Awaiting Parents (CAP) is a national not for profit organization that recruits adoptive families for children in foster care.
CAP’s photolisting www.capbook.org has helped bring together more than 6,000 children and families over the last 39 years.
Adoption.com is committed to helping as many children as possible find loving, permanent homes. This program provides critical information to women facing crisis pregnancies, as well as, assist adoptees, birth parents to find birth families, and adoptive parents with making adoption dreams come true. They are especially committed to helping special needs children in the U.S. and around the world, who otherwise wouldn’t be able to find families. To learn more, visit www.adoption.com.
Posters of waiting children, special displays, church bulletin inserts and flyers are also used. IMTNGA responds to inquiries and assist in guiding prospective adoptive parents through the adoption process.