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Spence-Chapin Adoption Services 
Name of Service Provider: Spence-Chapin Adoption Services
Programs : Bulgaria, China, China- Special Need, Colombia, Ethiopia, Korea, Russia, Morocco, Domestic-Infant, Moldova, South Africa
Locations: New Jersey, New York
No of years in business: > 15 years
Humanitarian aid programs: China, Colombia, United States, South Africa, Moldova
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Name of Service Provider: Spence-Chapin Adoption Services

Website: http://www.spence-chapin.org/

Email address: info@spence-chapin.org

Telephone #: 212-400-8150

Locations: Morristown, NJ / Hauppauge, NY / New York, New York

Facebook: Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children 

Twitter: @spencechapinsvc

Additional Information:

SPENCE-CHAPIN IS AN ACCREDITED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION that has been offering quality adoption services for more than 100 years. Our mission is to find adoptive homes for children in need here and in countries around the world.

Spence-Chapin's roots can be traced to the early 1900s and the pioneering work of Clara Spence, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Chapin, who independently established nurseries out of concern for homeless infants abandoned in hospitals and shelters. The Spence and Chapin nurseries each broke new ground in developing social work techniques for adoption and, after the merger, continued to pioneer in the adoption field.

Today, Spence-Chapin is proud of our role as a prominent voice and leading advocate for adoption, and of our commitment to the well being of all members of the adoption triad: birth parents, adoptive parents, and their children.  Spence-Chapin offers programs for domestic, international, and special needs adoption.
 
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