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Adults Adopting Special Kids (AASK)—


In collaboration with Catholic Charities of North Dakota and the North Dakota Department of Human Services, PATH ND provides adoption services for youth identified as having special needs:
  • Over the age of seven
  • Of minority race
  • A member of a sibling group and being placed for adoption with a sibling
  • At high risk of emotional or mental disability
  • Diagnosed with a physical, mental, or emotional disability

Snapshot


Adults Adopting Special Kids


Youth Served: Youth identified as presenting special challenges to being adopted.

Program Model/Services:
  • Adoption studies
  • Adoption placements
  • Training and education
  • Child-specific recruitment
  • Life book planning
  • Foster parent adoptions
  • Post-adoption support

Referral Sources:

Contact Path about Services

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