Do you have a waiting list?

Lifetime does not typically operate on a waiting list basis. On occasion we may open up an adoption waiting list if we have an overabundance of families with specific adoption preferences that are identical to each other or very specific, such as with gender. You will be alerted if there will be a wait for you to enter our program when you have your one-on-one phone conference, if your application is pre-approved.

If you are a Lifetime client, your coordinator is presenting you to each birth mother who matches your criteria, regardless of when you began working with Lifetime.

Lifetime does allow clients to be specific in regards to gender and race, however we urge families to understand that the more open they can be, the more opportunities they will have to be chosen sooner.

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Accreditation

Lifetime Adoption Florida Seal of ApprovalLifetime Adoption, Inc.
is a Licensed Florida Child
Placing Agency.

(License #100074452)

Lifetime Adoption California Seal of ApprovalLifetime Adoption is registered with the State of California under the provisions of the Registry of California Adoption Facilitators. (CA Family Code Section 8632.5)

Small Women Owned Business

Lifetime Adoption Center is a
BBB Accredited Business

Lifetime Adoption Better Business Bureau Accredited Business


Lifetime does not typically operate on a waiting list basis. On occasion we may open up an adoption waiting list if we have an overabundance of families with specific adoption preferences that are identical to each other or very specific, such as with gender. You will be alerted if there will be a wait for you to enter our program when you have your one-on-one phone conference, if your application is pre-approved.

If you are a Lifetime client, your coordinator is presenting you to each birth mother who matches your criteria, regardless of when you began working with Lifetime.

Lifetime does allow clients to be specific in regards to gender and race, however we urge families to understand that the more open they can be, the more opportunities they will have to be chosen sooner.

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