AGAPE

Adoption and Guardianship Assistance Program for Everyone

A free support, information and educational program open to all adoptive families and relative caregivers who have custody or guardianship of children.

Our program is staffed by adoptive parents and social workers with specialized training and experience working with families formed through adoption and guardianship. The program offers clients the opportunity to consult with a social worker around any concern that is placing stress on the family and together decide if AGAPE can provide more assistance to the family.

AGAPE’s services are provided free of charge. Whether its a simple question, a need for more training or a more challenging problem, we are here to guide you.

Our guiding principle is that adoptive and guardianship families should have the support they need when they need it.

 

 

 

We offer a menu of post-adoption and post-guardianship services that includes:

  • Tailored Assessment and Brief Counseling
  • Referral to Services
  • Case Management and In-Home Support
  • Advocacy to Help Secure Services
  • Parent Support Groups and Parent Mentors
  • Information and Education
Free post adoption support services in New York State

Our team will work with you to determine how we can best help.

AGAPE is offered in fifteen counties.  Our offices:

hudson valley post adoption support

 

108 Main Street, New Paltz | 845-679-9900

Serving Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, Orange,
Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster Counties.

Serving Broome, Chemung, Schuyler and Tompkins Counties.

 

950 Danby Road; Suite 318, Ithaca | 607-272-0034

Serving Broome, Chemung, Schuyler and Tompkins
Counties.

Serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties in collaboration with Long Island Families Together

 

21 Greene Avenue, Amityville | 631-598-1983

Serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties in collaboration with
Long Island Families Together

 

 

Looking for Post Adoption Support in another county?  Check out the Regional Permanency Resource Center Map or download a printable PDF of the map here.

 


Funded by the Regional Permanency Resource Centers initiative of the

 

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