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This website is dedicated to children available for adoption through the Florida foster care system.  For whatever reason and through no fault of their own, the children on these pages were removed from their home and placed in Florida’s foster care system.  The court terminated parental rights and now these children are available for adoption.

Deciding whether or not to adopt is one of the most important choices you can make in your life.  Perhaps you are in the beginning stages of deciding if adoption is right for you. Whether you have made the decision or are still researching the possibilities you will be able to find a great deal of information on this site that will assist in your decision and course of action.

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There are over 100,000 children that are in the foster care system awaiting adoption in the United States, and while November is the one month nationally recognized each year to promote adoption, children become available for adoption every day throughout the year. In 2002 there were 523,616 children in foster care compared to 399,546 in 2012. While the majority of states showed a level of decline in the size of their foster care population, there were ten states that accounted for over 90% of the total national decline and Florida was one of three states (including California & New York) that accounted for over 50 percent of the national decline. 1

Florida  must be doing something right in adoptions!

AdoptionSpots provides information on Florida adoption and showcases children currently in foster care that are available for adoption in Florida’s Fifth Judicial Circuit (Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter counties).   Get to know a child today by viewing custom pages revealing information about the children such as what makes them laugh, what they love to eat, their hopes and dreams and favorite things.

1  Source:  AFCARS data, US Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children, Youth and Families