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Adopting in Alberta

Private or "Independent" Adoption

In Saskatchewan, there are currently no licensed private adoption agencies. A private or 'independent" adoption is still possible as in most cases, the expectant parent(s) find someone they know to adopt their child.

A homestudy is required for the adoptive parents and it's conducted by an independent practitioner approved by the Ministory of Social Services. This type of adoption is usually processed through the court with the assistance of lawyers.

More information can be obtained by contacting the provincial adoption consultant:

Ministry of Social Services
12th floor, 1920 Broad Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3V6



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