Alabama’s Adoption Agency

VILLA HOPE was incorporated and licensed (to see license click here) as a child placing agency by the State of Alabama in 1988. The agency was founded and is staffed by adoptive parents, social workers, and other child advocates.

VILLA HOPE is dedicated to the principle that every child deserves the security of a loving and permanent family and every potential adoptive family deserves the opportunity for timely and comprehensive adoption services.

Our Mission

For many families, the decision to adopt is the beginning of a personal journey on the road to parenthood. For others, it is an additional path to continue to grow your current family. Your adoption journey will include decisions regarding what country should I choose, how do I complete USCIS forms, what is a home study and how and why must I do all of this paperwork. For most prospective parents, the question of “When can I bring my child home?” is of utmost importance. VILLA HOPE has staff members who are here to share in this adoption journey with you, to help you complete all necessary paperwork and to assist you in making a difference in the life of a child.

Our website is now receiving more frequent attention than in the past and has information which will help you begin the adoption journey and bring you closer to holding your child. This information explains our agency services, our history, our mission and the requirements for each program. We request that you email us for suggestions and recommendations to make this web site more user friendly. This includes both format, information and other.

Please feel free to contact us for additional information or if you would just like to talk regarding adoption. VILLA HOPE is here to assist in your adoption journey! We are a non profit organization and you and our children are the only reason we exist. We are continually reviewing methods and means to enhance our service to you.

Our reward as staff for Villa Hope is to serve you and look forward to sharing your joy when you bring your child home.