In our efforts to provide you with the best possible service, All Blessings International desires to provide our families with adoption resources, including adoption financing options, adoption support, and adoption preparation resources. 

We feel strongly that the more information you have on adoption, the more prepared you will be in your adoption journey. Below you will find a list of external links which may be beneficial for your family as you research your adoption process further. ABI does not share an affiliation with these organizations, and we do not “refer” families to these resources, but the resources listed have been utilized by ABI clients and found to be beneficial to those clients. We will add to this list as we find more sites that we feel can benefit you.



You’ve got “money questions,” 
and we have the answers.

The #1 barrier to a child having a loving and permanent family, is money. Adoption financing can be expensive – at All Blessings International, we are committed to helping answer all of your money questions through the innovative service, The Adoption Finance Coaching System.  

Our team of adoption financing coaches will help you create a comprehensive financial plan that matches your adoption plan.  

We know financial hardship can deter the best of families… but don’t give up!

Our team at ABI, along with our experienced adoption finance coaches are here to help you. We believe this unique service is vital in keeping families financially stable throughout the adoption process.

We don’t want our families to be concerned about how to create a financial plan for their adoption – with the Adoption Finance Coaching services  — you don’t have to go through this alone!

For more information contact Raven McCrady at or (270) 684-2598:

For families who have already completed registration for the Adoption Finance Coaching System, please access the Adoption Finance Coaching System portal here:

The Adoption Finance Coaching System has been a huge support for us during our adoption.

Their expertise in planning and organizing events that support families in the adoption process is invaluable!

We were overwhelmed by the details and intimidated to ask friends and family to financially assist us, but they showed us how to pull it all together and raise funds with grace. Doors opened to fund raising possibilities that we did not know existed.

— Dena and Eric Edmunds


We are incredibly excited to announce that on February 29, 2008, we received Hague Accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This accreditation will allow us to continue our mission of Finding Families for All of God’s Children.

View our accreditation certificate.

As a Hague Accredited Agency, we are required to provide certain specific information to clients upon initial contact. In order to maintain compliance with the Intercountry Adoption Act and Hague Regulations we are providing all prospective clients the following information:

Complaint Policy
Found within the Preliminary Information Booklet. This will again be provided to clients with the Agency Business Agreement. It is also available online. The Hague Convention on International Adoption Complaint Registry can be found on the Department of States website.
Domestic Supervised Providers
According to the Hague Regulations, we are obligated to disclose to you any domestic (within the US) supervised providers that we use and you will, in turn, be working with directly or indirectly when adopting from a country that is a part of the Hague Treaty on Intercountry Adoptions. ABI works with the following countries that are considered part of the Hague: Hong Kong and El Salvador. Currently, we accept home studies from a number of agencies within the United States. These agencies may be considered by our agency to be either Exempt Providers or Supervised Providers based on the services they are providing and at our discretion. It is impossible to list every agency in the US from whom we would accept a home study. We will NOT accept a home study from all agencies though, so before committing to a home study agency it is important that you discuss this with ABI. Some (but not all) of the things we will be looking at when deciding on whether or not to accept a home study are as follows:

  • Is the agency Hague Accredited or pursuing Hague Accreditation?
  • Is the agency licensed and non-profit?
  • What is the agency’s general reputation?
  • Is the agency willing to sign an agreement with us attesting to their compliance with Hague standards?
  • Is the agency a member of JCICS and/or other professional organizations?
  • How many years has the agency been in business?

We will also be requiring that any agency we utilize as a Supervised Provider or an Exempt Provider be licensed, non-profit and carry professional liability insurance.

Foreign Supervised Providers
According to the Hague regulations, we are obligated to disclose to you any foreign supervised providers that we use and that will in turn work with directly or indirectly when adopting from a country that is a part of the Hague Treaty on Intercountry Adoption. ABI works with the following countries that are considered part of the Hague: Hong Kong and El Salvador.

In El Salvador, ABI works with various licensed attorneys and licensed orphanages for the provision of adoption services. Referrals are made and approved by OPA, the El Salvador government office for Adoptions. Additional specific information is available once a family has submitted a Preliminary Application and been approved. The specific identities of ABI foreign supervise providers will only be provided to the general public should the person inquiring have a reasonable rationale for requesting this information, as determined by the Executive Director.

Sample Contracts
Families are required to sign a Waiver of Liability and a Business Agreement when starting to work with ABI. At the time of referral acceptance families must sign a Statement of Acceptance and Responsibility. Samples of all of these documents are available at the top of this page. The samples are substantially like the documents you will be required to sign. Hard copies of each of these samples are available upon request.
Number of Applicants

The following information is available upon request: the number of applicants who apply to adopt yearly. (ABI purchased a data tracking system in 2007 to assist with tracking all of this information. Specific Information requested for years prior to 2006 may be estimated.)

Number of Children Eligible for Adoption

It is impossible for ABI to predict the number of children eligible for adoption in either the US or foreign countries. There are various estimates on the number of orphans in the world, many of whom are not necessarily eligible for adoption. There are an unfathomable number of children for whom adoption would present an opportunity for a loving and nurturing family. It is possible to look on the State Department website to explore the number of children issued an adoption related immigrant visa to enter the US on a year-by-year basis.

Upon request, ABI will disclose the current number of waiting children we are aware of as being eligible for adoption through our agency for each country where we work.


“Always give yourself fully to the work of the Lord, for you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.”
– I Corinthians 15:58

In keeping with the Lord’s calling to serve the least of these throughout the world, ABI’s mission team division, His Hands His Feet, coordinates mission trips and outreach endeavors to several countries.

Missions and Outreach Coordinator, Jenni Ramsey, is based in Texas and has a wealth of experience in missions. Those interested in serving on a team must have a desire for sacrifice and must complete a Missions Team Application and Interview. His Hands His Feet will assist with fundraising and encouragement as team members move forward toward this amazing opportunity to be a part of serving God through serving His people.

Missions teams participants will have the opportunity to change the world in a small way and their own lives forever. To learn more about how you can become involved, email Jenni or visit the His Hands His Feet website.


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