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1 Adoptions in California AGENCY, INDEPENDENT, AND INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION PROGRAMS Annual Statistical Report July 1, June 30, 2001 January 2003 Data Systems and Survey Design Bureau Research and Development Division California Department of Social Services

2 ADOPTIONS IN CALIFORNIA Agency, Independent, and Intercountry Adoption Programs Annual Statistical Report July 1, 2000 June 30, 2001 Prepared by The California Department of Social Services Research and Development Division Data Systems and Survey Design Bureau

3 Questions regarding the contents of this publication should be addressed to: Data Systems and Survey Design Bureau (916) or Permanency Policy Bureau (916)

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION Page Summary of Adoption Activities Description of Adoption Programs. 2 Adoption Agencies.. 3 II. MAPS, GRAPHS, AND CHARTS Agency Adoption Program Map of Adoption Branch District Offices... 6 Independent Adoption Program Map of Adoption Branch District Offices.. 7 Total Adoptions in California.. 8 Completed Agency Adoptions Public Agency vs. Private Agency Adoption Ratios. 9 Completed Agency Adoptions Cooperative vs. Single Agency Adoptions.. 10 Agency Adoption Activities Freed, Placed, and Completed Public Agency Adoption Trends.. 12 Independent Adoption Activities.. 13 Intercountry Adoptions.. 14 Trends in Adoption Finalizations.. 15 III. ADOPTION STATISTICS, STATEWIDE SUMMARIES Agency Adoption Program: Table 1. Children for Whom Agencies Were Requested to Arrange Adoptive Placement Table 2. Applicants Requesting Children From Adoption Agencies. 17 Independent Adoption Program: Table 3. Investigating Agencies Recommendations to Court.. 18 Agency and Intercountry Adoption Program Activities: Table 4. Post-Adoption Services i -

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Con t. IV. ADOPTION STATISTICS, BY AGENCY Page Agency Adoption Program: Table 5(A-C). Children for Whom Agencies Were Requested to Arrange Adoptive Placement A) Licensed Counties B) CDSS Adoption District Offices 21 C) Private Adoption Agencies 22 Table 6(A-C). Children Under Study at End of Year A) Licensed Counties B) CDSS Adoption District Offices.. 24 C) Private Adoption Agencies Table 7(A-C). Applicants Requesting Children From Adoption Agencies A) Licensed Counties B) CDSS Adoption District Offices C) Private Adoption Agencies Table 8(A-C). Cooperative Placements of California Children A) Public Agencies B) Private Agencies C) Out-of-State Table 9. Cooperative Placements - Out-of-State Children Placed in California Homes Independent Adoption Program: Table 10. Independent Adoption Program Activities.. 33 Intercountry Adoptions: Table 11. Intercountry Adoptions in California Post-Adoption Services: Table 12(A-C). Post-Adoption Services A) Licensed Counties B) CDSS Adoption District Offices C) Private Adoption Agencies ii -

6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Con t. V. SOURCE FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS Page Agency Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A).. 38 Independent Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56D) 47 Intercountry Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 202B) iii -

7 Source and Referral Information The statistical information in this publication is based on reports submitted by public and private adoption agencies on the Agency Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A), Independent Adoption Program and Adoption Set Asides Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56D), and Intercountry Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 202B) forms. Please refer to the copies of these forms and instructions attached to the end of this publication for more information on the sources. For additional information contact: California Department of Social Services Data Systems and Survey Design Bureau (916) iv -

8 Summary of Adoption Activities This publication describes aggregate adoption activities and statistics for State Fiscal Year (SFY) for Agency Adoptions, Independent Adoptions, and Intercountry Adoptions. Agency Adoptions: 9,974 children were Accepted for Study as potential adoptees. 8,254 children were Legally Freed for adoption. 8,267 children were Placed in prospective adoptive homes. 7,689 adoptions were Finalized. 10,138 new families Applied to adopt children. 6,727 families were Approved to adopt children. 470 California children were adopted in other states through Cooperative Placements. 175 children from other states were adopted in California through Cooperative Placements. Independent Adoptions: 1,821 new Petitions to Adopt were received. 1,513 Court Approvals to Adopt were recommended. Intercountry Adoptions: 300 children from other countries were placed in California homes 403 children from other countries were adopted in California 1 of 55

9 Description of Adoption Programs California supports five separate adoption programs. This publication presents summary data on three of those five adoption programs, as described in detail below. The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) does not collect statistical data on the other two adoption programs, step-parent and adult adoptions. In step-parent adoptions, the court may be petitioned to allow the child of a spouse to be adopted by the step-parent. Both the parent retaining custody and the parent relinquishing custody must consent to the adoption. In adult adoptions, an adult may adopt another adult younger than himself/herself, if the superior court in the county in which either lives agrees. The three adoption programs described by this publication are: Agency (Relinquishment) Adoption An Agency (Relinquishment) Adoption is one in which children are placed for adoption by a licensed public or private adoption agency. The child to be adopted may have been relinquished by his or her birth parent(s) or, due to abuse or neglect, the parents rights may have been terminated by court action. Relinquishment refers to a legal document signed by a parent and the adoption agency that has agreed to accept the child for adoptive placement. The relinquishment or court action terminates parental responsibility for the care and custody of the child and transfers this responsibility to the adoption agency. The child is then placed with a family suitable to meet the needs of the child. Persons who wish to adopt a child may contact a licensed public or private adoption agency and submit an application to adopt. When it is accepted, the agency conducts a study of the family, including an evaluation of the kind of child the family can accept. Adoptive placement through relinquishment of a child to a licensed adoption agency provides certain advantages for both the birth and adopting parent(s). Such advantages include studies by adoption workers to determine the needs of the child and the attributes of the adopting parents before a child is placed. They also include the continuing availability of agency services throughout the adoption process. In most cases, the agency responsible for the child is the same agency that has studied the family with whom the child is placed for adoption. However, in some cases, a child who is the responsibility of one agency is placed for adoption with a family studied by another agency. Such placements, which may involve an agency either in California or in another state, are referred to as a cooperative placement. Independent Adoption An Independent Adoption is one in which one or both of the birth parent(s) select the adoptive family and place the child, usually by signing a formal Independent Adoption Placement Agreement, with the adopting family. Parents who are not required by law to sign a placement agreement must formally consent to the adoption in writing before the adoption can be granted. After the child is placed for adoption, the adopting parents file a petition to adopt with the court. CDSS or a delegated county adoption agency then conducts a study of the prospective adoptive parents to determine their suitability as adoptive parents and of the child to determine if he or she is a proper subject for adoption. The child s birth parent continues to be the child s legal parent until the court approval of the adoption. The department or county adoption agency reports the findings of the study to the court and recommends that the petition be granted or denied. Intercountry Adoption The Intercountry Adoption Program enables a California resident(s) to adopt eligible foreign-born children through California adoption agencies licensed to provide intercountry adoption services. The adoption is either completed in California or completed abroad in the child s native country under the laws of the foreign country. Federal law makes special immigration visas available for such children. 2 of 55

10 The parent(s) who adopts a foreign-born child in California, and the parent(s) who plans to adopt a foreign-born child abroad, is required to have a home study conducted by a California private adoption agency licensed by CDSS to specifically provide intercountry adoption services. The foreign-born child may be referred by international adoption agencies to the California adoption agency licensed to provide intercountry adoption services. The parent(s) who wants to adopt a foreign-born child must meet California s preadoption requirements. Once these have been met, the California adoption agency licensed to provide intercountry adoption services certifies that this information is correct to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). This initiates the Federal process for the issuance of a visa for the child to enter the United States. If the foreign-born child is to be adopted in California, the California adoption agency licensed to provide intercountry adoption services provides post-placement supervision until the adoption is finalized. If the child was adopted in his/her foreign country and the parent(s) wants to readopt the child in California, assistance is provided by the same adoption agency that provided the certification to INS that California s pre-adoption requirements have been met. Adoption Agencies Adoption agencies are either public entities or private, non-profit organizations. CDSS licenses both public and private agencies. Although there are no legal differences in the roles of public and private adoption agencies, there are significant and increasing differences between the children served by these agencies. Public Adoption Agencies: Public agencies focus their efforts on children who require adoptive placement due to their birth parents inability to care for them without continuing to abuse and/or neglect them; without adoption, these children would remain in long-term foster care. The public adoption agencies consist of licensed counties and seven CDSS district offices. Of the 58 counties in California, 28 are licensed to provide agency adoption services. For two counties, a neighboring, licensed county provides these services. The remaining 28 counties are provided agency adoption services by five of the CDSS District Offices. Licensed public adoption agencies are operated by the following 28 California counties: Alameda* Marin San Bernardino Santa Clara Contra Costa Merced San Diego* Santa Cruz El Dorado** Monterey San Francisco Shasta Fresno Orange San Joaquin Solano Imperial Placer San Luis Obispo Stanislaus Kern*** Riverside San Mateo Tulare Los Angeles* Sacramento Santa Barbara Ventura * These counties provide Independent Adoption Services. In the remaining counties, CDSS provides Independent Adoption Services. ** El Dorado County provides agency adoption services for Alpine County. *** Kern County provides agency adoption services for Inyo County. 3 of 55

11 CDSS provides agency and independent adoption services through district offices located in Arcata, Chico, Fresno, Rohnert Park, and Sacramento. The Monterey Park (located in Los Angeles County) and Oakland district offices provide only independent adoption services to assigned counties. Arcata district office provides agency and independent adoption services for Del Norte, Humboldt, and Trinity counties. Chico district office provides agency and independent adoption services for Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, and Tehama counties and independent adoption services only for Shasta County. Fresno district office provides agency adoption services for Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Mono, and San Benito counties, and independent adoption services for Fresno, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, and Tulare counties. Monterey Park district office provides independent adoption services only for Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties. Oakland district office provides independent adoption services only for Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Stanislaus counties. Rohnert Park district office provides agency and independent adoption services for Lake, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma counties. Sacramento district office provides agency adoption services for Amador, Calaveras, Nevada, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba counties, and independent adoption services for Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba counties. Private Adoption Agencies: Private adoption agencies are non-profit organizations. Private agencies tend to place healthy newborns voluntarily relinquished by their birth parents. There were 72 licensed private agencies statewide during SFY (the number of private agencies may vary each fiscal year). If the agency did not have specific adoption activity for the period, they will not be listed in the related tables: A Better Way Adoption Agency AASK ACCEPT* Across the World Adoptions* Adopt International* Adoption Connection Jewish Family and Children Services Adoption Horizons* Adoption Network of Catholic Charities* Adoption Options, Inc.* Adoptions Unlimited* Alternative Family Services Adoption Angel s Haven Outreach* Aspira Foster and Family Services Bal Jagat - Children s World, Inc.* Bay Area Adoption Services, Inc.* Bethany Christian Services - North* Bethany Christian Services - South* Better Life Children Services Black Adoption Placement and Research Center Catholic Charities Adoption Agency Catholic Youth Organization Children s Bureau of Southern California Children s Home Society of California Chrysalis House* Creative Alternatives East West Adoptions, Inc.* Ettie Lee Youth and Family Services Excel Family Intervention Program Families First Families for Children Family Builders by Adoption Family Connections Adoptions* 4 of 55

12 Family Network, Inc.* Five Acres Future Families, Inc. Genesis Adoption Agency God s Families International Adoption Services* Hand-in-Hand Foundation Heartsent Adoptions, Inc.* Holt International Children s Services* Holy Family Services* Independent Adoption Center Indian Child and Family Services Infant of Prague Inner Circle Foster Care & Adoption Institute for Black Parenting International Christian Adoptions* International Foster Family & Adoption Agency Kern Bridges Adoption Agency Kinship Center* Latter Day Saints Social Services - Central Latter Day Saints Social Services - North Latter Day Saints Social Services - South Life Adoption Services, Inc.* Lilliput Children s Services McKinley Children s Center Mountain Circle Adoption Agency Nightlight Christian Adoptions* North Bay Adoptions* Olive Crest Adoption Services Optimist Adoption Agency Partners for Adoption* Sierra Adoption Services* Southern California FFA & Adoption Program Special Families Adoptions Sycamores Adoption Agency Trinity Children & Family Services - North Trinity Children & Family Services - South True to Life Children s Services Valley Teen Ranch* Vista Del Mar Child Care Services* Westside Children s Center * These agencies provide intercountry adoption services. 5 of 55

13 AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM SERVICES PROVIDED BY Del Norte Siskiyou Modoc CDSS, ARCATA ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Humboldt Trinity Shasta Lassen CDSS, CHICO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE CDSS, FRESNO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Tehama Plumas CDSS, ROHNERT PARK ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Mendocino Glenn Butte Sierra CDSS, SACRAMENTO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Lake Colusa Sutter Yuba Nevada Placer LICENSED COUNTIES * Services provided by neighboring, licensed county Sonoma Napa Yolo Sacra mento Amador El Dorado Alpine* Solano Calaveras Marin San Francisco Contra Costa San Joaquin Tuolumne Mono Alameda Stanislaus Mariposa San Mateo Santa Clara Merced Madera Santa Cruz San Benito Fresno Inyo* Monterey Tulare Kings San Luis Obispo Kern San Bernardino Santa Barbara Ventura Los Angeles Orange Riverside San Diego Imperial 6 of 55

14 INDEPENDENT ADOPTION PROGRAM SERVICES PROVIDED BY Del Norte Siskiyou Modoc CDSS, ARCATA ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE CDSS, CHICO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Humboldt Trinity Shasta Lassen CDSS, FRESNO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE CDSS, MONTEREY PARK ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Tehama Plumas CDSS, OAKLAND ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Mendocino Glenn Butte Sierra CDSS, ROHNERT PARK ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Lake Colusa Sutter Yuba Nevada Placer CDSS, SACRAMENTO ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICE Sonoma Napa Yolo Sacra mento Amador El Dorado Alpine LICENSED COUNTIES Solano Calaveras Marin San Francisco Contra Costa San Joaquin Tuolumne Mono Alameda Stanislaus Mariposa San Mateo Santa Clara Merced Madera Santa Cruz San Benito Fresno Inyo Monterey Tulare Kings San Luis Obispo Kern San Bernardino Santa Barbara Ventura Los Angeles Orange Riverside San Diego Imperial 7 of 55

15 Total Adoptions in California July 1, June 30, 2001 Agency AdoIndependenIntercountry Adoptions 7,689 1, % 80% 4% Agency Adoptions Independent Adoptions Intercountry Adoptions Completed Agency Adoptions: Number Percent Licensed Counties 6,671 CDSS Adoption District Offices 485 Licensed Private Agencies 533 Subtotal 7,689 80% Recommended Independent Adoptions: Licensed Counties 574 CDSS Adoption District Offices 939 Subtotal 1,513 16% Finalized Intercountry Adoptions: Licensed Private Agencies 403 Subtotal 403 4% Total Adoptions in California: 9, % > Agency Adoptions are the most common type of adoption - Typical public agency child is from foster care and has special needs - Typical private agency child is a healthy newborn, voluntarily relinquished - Adoption agency assumes full legal responsibility for child until he/she is adopted > Independent Adoptions are the second most common type of adoption - Child placed directly with prospective adoptive parents by the birth parents - Adoption agency acts as agent of the court > Intercountry Adoptions are the least common type of adoption - Child typically abandoned or orphaned in country of origin - Only private adoption agencies perform home studies SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) Independent Adoption Program and Adoption Set Asides - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56D) Intercountry Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 202B) 8 of 55

16 Completed Agency Adoptions Public Agency vs. Private Agency Adoption Ratios July 1, June 30, 2001 Public Ado 7,156 Private Ado 533 7% Public Adoption Agencies Private Adoption Agencies 93% Public Adoption Agencies: Number Percent Licensed Counties (w/out LA) 4,195 Los Angeles County 2,476 CDSS Adoption District Offices 485 Subtotal 7,156 93% Private Adoption Agencies: Licensed Private Agencies 533 Subtotal 533 7% Total Completed Agency Adoptions: 7, % > More than 70% (7,156) of all adoptions (9,605) were public Agency Adoptions of children from the foster care system. > More than 90% (7,156) of all Agency Adoptions (7,689) were performed by public adoption agencies. > About one-third (2,476) of all public Agency Adoptions (7,156) were performed by Los Angeles County. SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) 9 of 55

17 Completed Agency Adoptions Cooperative vs. Single Agency Adoptions July 1, June 30, % Single Age 5,503 Cooperativ 1,716 Cooperativ % Single Agency Adoptions 6% Cooperative Adoptions within California Cooperative Adoptions to Other States Number Percent Single Agency Adoptions within California 5,503 72% Cooperative Adoptions within California 1,716 22% Cooperative Adoptions to Other States 470 6% Total Completed Agency Adoptions: 7, % > Single agency adoptions (5,503), where both the child and the family were studied by the same adoption agency, was the most common practice within Agency Adoptions. > Cooperative adoptions, where the child and the family were studied by different adoption agencies, occurred in one-fourth (1,716) of all Agency Adoptions (7,689). Frequently, these adoptions represent public-private partnerships. > California placed more children in other states (470) than it received from other states (175). SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) 10 of 55

18 Freed Placed Completed 7,163 7,220 8,000Licensed C 7,163 7,220 6,671 CDSS Ado , Private Age ,000 Totals 8,254 8,267 7,689 6,000 Agency Adoption Activities Freed, Placed, and Completed July 1, June 30, ,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1, Licensed Counties CDSS Adoption District Offices Private Agencies > For the child, the Agency Adoption process includes three significant events: - The child is freed (i.e. all birth parents' rights are terminated either by voluntary relinquishment to an adoption agency or by court action). - The child is formally placed for adoption with the prospective adoptive parent(s) - an administrative action. - The adoption is completed by the court. > Typically, public adoption agencies process more than 90% of all Agency Adoptions; without adoption, these children would remain in long-term foster care. SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) 11 of 55

19 Public Agency Adoption Trends FY through FY , Freed 3,721 3,865 3,402 3,204 3,196 3,666 3,881 5,143 8,288 9,141 7,664 Placed 9,000 3,182 3,647 3,688 3,243 3,019 3,265 4,064 5,006 5,990 7,680 7,695 Completed 2,719 3,688 3,893 3,287 3,096 3,254 3,384 4,065 5,211 5,854 7,156 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Adoption Initiative began July 1, Freed 3,721 3,865 3,402 3,204 3,196 3,666 3,881 5,143 8,288 9,141 7,664 Placed 3,182 3,647 3,688 3,243 3,019 3,265 4,064 5,006 5,990 7,680 7,695 Completed 2,719 3,688 3,893 3,287 3,096 3,254 3,384 4,065 5,211 5,854 7,156 > The number of children freed for adoption, placed for adoption, and finally adopted has been increasing as a direct result of the Adoption Initiative, which began July 1, > Because the adoption process requires time, the number of completed adoptions in one year reflects freeing actions and adoptive placements in prior years. SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) 12 of 55

20 Independent Adoption Activities July 1, June 30, Approval Dismissal Denial CDSS Adoption District Offices Licensed Counties Total Recommendations: 1, CDSS Adoption District Offices 11 Licensed Counties Approvals Dismissals Denials CDSS Adoption District Offices Licensed Counties Total Recommendations: 1, CDSS Ado 931 Licensed C % 62% CDSS Adoptions District Offices Licensed Counties Number Percent CDSS Adoption District Offices % Licensed Counties % Total Independent Adoption Approvals: 1, % > Recommendations to the court are usually, but not always, followed by the court in their final determinations. > Independent Adoptions comprised 17% (1,513) of all adoptions (8,644). SOURCE: Independent Adoption Program and Adoption Set Asides - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56D) 13 of 55

21 Intercountry Adoptions July 1, June 30, 2001 Number Readoption 284 Adoptions i 119 Total Interc % 70% Readoptions in California Adoptions in California Only Number Percent Readoptions in California % Adoptions in California Only % Total Intercountry Adoptions: % > Intercountry Adoptions reported in FY represented only 5% (403) of all adoptions (8,644). > Intercountry Adoptions may be finalized in the child's country of origin and/or they may be finalized in California. SOURCE: Intercountry Adoption Program Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 202B) 14 of 55

22 Trends in Adoption Finalizations FY through FY AGENCY 3,245 4,224 4,375 3,751 3,592 3,845 4,021 4,739 5,902 6,575 7,689 INDEPENDEN 2,716 2,633 2,198 2,443 1,850 1,561 1,460 1,298 1,225 1,368 1,513 INTERCOUNT Children Adopted 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1, AGENCY 3,245 4,224 4,375 3,751 3,592 3,845 4,021 4,739 5,902 6,575 7,689 INDEPENDENT 2,716 2,633 2,198 2,443 1,850 1,561 1,460 1,298 1,225 1,368 1,513 INTERCOUNTRY > The number of Agency Adoptions finalized has more than doubled since FY > The number of Independent Adoptions finalized has decreased about 40% since FY > The number of reported Intercountry Adoptions consistently represents a small percentage of adoptions overall. SOURCE: Agency Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56A) Independent Adoption Program and Adoption Set Asides - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 56D) Intercountry Adoption Program - Quarterly Statistical Report (AD 202B) 15 of 55

23 TABLE 1 AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN FOR WHOM AGENCIES WERE REQUESTED TO ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT * July 1, June 30, 2001 LICENSED CDSS PRIVATE ACTIVITY TOTALS COUNTIES OFFICES AGENCIES I. SUMMARY OF ANNUAL ACTIVITY COUNTS: REQUESTS FOR ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT DURING YEAR 18,712 16,666 1, Requests (children) accepted for study 9,974 8, Requests (children) not accepted 8,738 8, CHILDREN LEGALLY FREED FOR ADOPTION 8,254 7, ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT AGREEMENTS COMPLETED 8,267 7, REMOVED FROM ADOPTIVE HOMES CHILDREN TERMINATED FROM ADOPTIVE STUDY 10,832 9, Adoptions completed 7,689 6, Other (services terminated/child removed) 3,143 2, II. END-OF-YEAR STATUS COUNTS: CHILDREN UNDER STUDY, END OF YEAR 14,253 12, UNDER STUDY, NOT FREE 7,215 6, Placement identified 5,590 5, Placement not identified 1,625 1, UNDER STUDY, FREE, NOT PLACED 7,038 6, Case plan goal is adoption 5,718 5, Placement identified 4,905 4, Placement not identified Case plan goal is not adoption 1,320 1, In long-term foster care Living with guardian IN ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT 6,626 5, * The data summarized by this table is detailed in Tables 5A-5C and 6A-6C. 16 of 55

24 TABLE 2 AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM APPLICANTS REQUESTING CHILDREN FROM ADOPTION AGENCIES * July 1, June 30, 2001 LICENSED CDSS PRIVATE ACTIVITY TOTALS COUNTIES OFFICES AGENCIES APPLICATIONS DISPOSED OF DURING YEAR 10,138 7, ,633 Families approved 6,727 4, ,017 Denied, withdrawn, and other 3,411 2, HOMES USED FOR ADOPTIVE PLACEMENTS 5,404 3, ,508 HOMES OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF APPROVED HOMES AVAILABLE, END OF YEAR 5,171 3, ,861 * The data summarized by this table is detailed in Tables 7A-7C. 17 of 55

25 TABLE 3 INDEPENDENT ADOPTION PROGRAM INVESTIGATING AGENCIES' RECOMMENDATIONS TO COURT* July 1, June 30, 2001 COURT RECOMMENDATIONS INVESTIGATING AGENCY: TOTALS APPROVALS DISMISSALS DENIALS OTHER LICENSED COUNTIES CDSS ADOPTION DISTRICT OFFICES 1, TOTALS 1,785 1, * The data summarized by this table is detailed in Table of 55

26 TABLE 4 AGENCY AND INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION PROGRAM ACTIVITIES* POST-ADOPTION SERVICES July 1, June 30, 2001 PUBLIC PRIVATE POST-ADOPTION SERVICES COMPLETED TOTALS AGENCIES AGENCIES BACKGROUND INFORMATION 9,455 8, ADOPTION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - AID FOR THE ADOPTION OF CHILDREN (AAP/AAC) 14,837 14, OTHER POST-ADOPTION SERVICES 4,793 3,183 1,610 * The data summarized by this table is detailed in Tables 12A -12C. 19 of 55

27 TABLE 5A AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN FOR WHOM AGENCIES WERE REQUESTED TO ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT - Licensed Counties July 1, June 30, 2001 DISPOSITION OF REQUESTS TO CHILDREN UNDER STUDY DISPOSITION OF CHILDREN ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENTS CASE ACTIVITY PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED FOR STUDY CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN PLACED IN REMOVED SERVICES ACCEPTED NOT LEGALLY ADOPTIVE FROM TERMINATED ADOPTIONS LICENSED COUNTIES FOR STUDY ACCEPTED FREED HOMES PLACEMENT NO ADOPTIONS COMPLETED TOTALS 8,062 8,604 7,163 7, ,390 6,671 ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA EL DORADO FRESNO IMPERIAL KERN LOS ANGELES 2, ,546 2, ,476 MARIN MERCED MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO SAN BERNARDINO 434 4,673 * SAN DIEGO 864 2,398 * SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN MATEO SANTA BARBARA SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA SOLANO STANISLAUS TULARE VENTURA * These numbers reflect multiple actions which led to the decision on whether the child was accepted for study. Other counties count only the final decision. 20 of 55

28 TABLE 5B AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN FOR WHOM AGENCIES WERE REQUESTED TO ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT - CDSS Adoption District Offices July 1, June 30, 2001 DISPOSITION OF REQUESTS TO CHILDREN UNDER STUDY DISPOSITION OF CHILDREN ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENTS CASE ACTIVITY PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED FOR STUDY CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN PLACED IN REMOVED SERVICES ACCEPTED NOT LEGALLY ADOPTIVE FROM TERMINATED ADOPTIONS DISTRICT OFFICES FOR STUDY ACCEPTED FREED HOMES PLACEMENT NO ADOPTIONS COMPLETED TOTALS ARCATA CHICO FRESNO ROHNERT PARK SACRAMENTO of 55

29 TABLE 5C AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN FOR WHOM AGENCIES WERE REQUESTED TO ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT - Private Adoption Agencies July 1, June 30, 2001 DISPOSITION OF REQUESTS TO CHILDREN UNDER STUDY DISPOSITION OF CHILDREN ARRANGE ADOPTIVE PLACEMENTS CASE ACTIVITY PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED FOR STUDY CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN CHILDREN PLACED IN REMOVED SERVICES ACCEPTED NOT LEGALLY ADOPTIVE FROM TERMINATED ADOPTIONS PRIVATE AGENCIES FOR STUDY ACCEPTED FREED HOMES PLACEMENT NO ADOPTIONS COMPLETED TOTALS ADOPTION CONNECTION ADOPTION INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION NETWORK OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTIONS UNLIMITED, INC BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-NORTH BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-SOUTH CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTION AGENCY CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA CHRYSALIS HOUSE FAMILY NETWORK, INC HOLY FAMILY SERVICES INDEPENDENT ADOPTION CENTER INFANT OF PRAGUE INSTITUTE FOR BLACK PARENTING INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS KINSHIP CENTER LATTER DAY SAINTS-CENTRAL LATTER DAY SAINTS-NORTH LATTER DAY SAINTS-SOUTH LIFE ADOPTION SERVICES, INC MOUNTAIN CIRCLE ADOPTION AGENCY NIGHTLIGHT CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS TRINITY CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES SOUTH VISTA DEL MAR CHILD CARE SERVICES of 55

30 TABLE 6A AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN UNDER STUDY AT END OF YEAR - Licensed Counties July 1, June 30, 2001 LEGALLY FREE - NOT IN ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT LEGALLY CASE CASE PLAN GOAL NOT ADOPTION FREE- NOT TOTAL NOT IN PLAN IN IN IN LEGALLY ADOPTIVE GOAL LONG-TERM GUARDIAN- ADOPTIVE LICENSED COUNTIES FREE PLACEMENT ADOPTION FOSTER CARE SHIP PLACEMENT TOTALS 6,104 6,773 5, ,964 ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA EL DORADO FRESNO IMPERIAL KERN LOS ANGELES 1,552 2,834 2, ,698 MARIN MERCED MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO 1, SAN BERNARDINO SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN MATEO SANTA BARBARA SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA SOLANO STANISLAUS TULARE VENTURA of 55

31 TABLE 6B AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN UNDER STUDY AT END OF YEAR - CDSS Adoption District Offices July 1, June 30, 2001 LEGALLY FREE - NOT IN ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT CASE PLAN GOAL NOT ADOPTION LEGALLY FREE- NOT TOTAL NOT IN CASE PLAN IN IN IN LEGALLY ADOPTIVE GOAL LONG-TERM GUARDIAN- ADOPTIVE DISTRICT OFFICES FREE PLACEMENT ADOPTION FOSTER CARE SHIP PLACEMENT TOTALS ARCATA CHICO FRESNO ROHNERT PARK SACRAMENTO of 55

32 TABLE 6C AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM CHILDREN UNDER STUDY AT END OF YEAR - Private Adoption Agencies July 1, June 30, 2001 LEGALLY FREE - NOT IN ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT CASE PLAN GOAL NOT ADOPTION LEGALLY FREE- NOT TOTAL NOT IN CASE PLAN IN IN IN LEGALLY ADOPTIVE GOAL LONG-TERM GUARDIAN- ADOPTIVE PRIVATE AGENCIES FREE PLACEMENT ADOPTION FOSTER CARE SHIP PLACEMENT TOTALS ADOPTION CONNECTION ADOPTION INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION NETWORK OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTIONS UNLIMITED, INC BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-NORTH BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-SOUTH CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTION AGENCY CHRYSALIS HOUSE FAMILY NETWORK, INC HOLY FAMILY SERVICES INDEPENDENT ADOPTION CENTER INFANT OF PRAGUE INSTITUTE FOR BLACK PARENTING INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS KINSHIP CENTER LATTER DAY SAINTS-CENTRAL LATTER DAY SAINTS-NORTH LATTER DAY SAINTS-SOUTH MOUNTAIN CIRCLE ADOPTION AGENCY NIGHTLIGHT CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS SIERRA ADOPTION SERVICES TRINITY CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES SOUTH VISTA DEL MAR CHILD CARE SERVICES of 55

33 TABLE 7A AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM APPLICANTS REQUESTING CHILDREN FROM ADOPTION AGENCIES - Licensed Counties July 1, June 30, 2001 APPLICATIONS TO ADOPT APPROVED HOMES DISPOSITION HOMES DISPOSED OF APPROVED FAMILIES DENIED, ADOPTIVE AVAILABLE WITHDRAWN, PLACEMENTS OTHERWISE AT END LICENSED COUNTIES APPROVED OTHER MADE DISPOSED OF OF YEAR TOTALS 4,421 2,729 3, ,195 ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA EL DORADO FRESNO IMPERIAL KERN LOS ANGELES 1,615 1,126 1, MARIN MERCED MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO SAN BERNARDINO SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN MATEO SANTA BARBARA SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA SOLANO STANISLAUS TULARE VENTURA of 55

34 TABLE 7B AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM APPLICANTS REQUESTING CHILDREN FROM ADOPTION AGENCIES - CDSS Adoption District Offices July 1, June 30, 2001 APPLICATIONS TO ADOPT APPROVED HOMES DISPOSITION HOMES DISPOSED OF APPROVED FAMILIES DENIED, ADOPTIVE AVAILABLE WITHDRAWN, PLACEMENTS OTHERWISE AT END DISTRICT OFFICES APPROVED OTHER MADE DISPOSED OF OF YEAR TOTALS ARCATA CHICO FRESNO ROHNERT PARK SACRAMENTO of 55

35 TABLE 7C AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM APPLICANTS REQUESTING CHILDREN FROM ADOPTION AGENCIES - Private Adoption Agencies July 1, June 30, 2001 APPLICATIONS TO ADOPT APPROVED HOMES DISPOSITION HOMES DISPOSED OF APPROVED FAMILIES DENIED, ADOPTIVE AVAILABLE WITHDRAWN, PLACEMENTS OTHERWISE AT END PRIVATE AGENCIES APPROVED OTHER MADE DISPOSED OF OF YEAR TOTALS 2, , ,861 A BETTER WAY ADOPTION AGENCY AASK ACCEPT ADOPTION CONNECTION ADOPTION INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION NETWORK OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTIONS UNLIMITED ALTERNATIVE FAMILY SERVICES ASPIRA FOSTER & FAMILY SERVICES BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-NORTH BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-SOUTH BETTER LIFE CHILDREN'S SERVICES BLACK ADOPTION PLACEMENT CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTION AGENCY CHILDREN'S BUREAU OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHRYSALIS HOUSE EXCEL FAMILY INTERVENTION PROGRAM FAMILIES FIRST FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN FAMILY BUILDERS BY ADOPTION FAMILY CONNECTIONS FAMILY NETWORK, INC FUTURE FAMILIES, INC GENESIS ADOPTION AGENCY HAND-IN-HAND FOUNDATION HOLY FAMILY SERVICES INDEPENDENT ADOPTION CENTER INDIAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INFANT OF PRAGUE INNER CIRCLE FLOSTER CARE & ADOPTION SERVICES INSTITUTE FOR BLACK PARENTING INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS INTERNATIONAL FOSTER FAMILY & ADOPTION AGENCY KERN BRIDGES ADOPTION AGENCY KINSHIP CENTER LATTER DAY SAINTS-CENTRAL LATTER DAY SAINTS-NORTH LATTER DAY SAINTS-SOUTH LILLIPUT HOMES, INC McKINLEY CHILDREN'S CENTER MOUNTAIN CIRCLE ADOPTION AGENCY NIGHTLIGHT CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS OLIVE CREST ADOPTION SERVICES OPTIMIST ADOPTION AGENCY PARTNERS FOR ADOPTION SIERRA ADOPTION SERVICES SOURTHERN CALIFORNIA FFA-ADOPTIONS SPECIAL FAMILIES ADOPTIONS SYCAMORES ADOPTION AGENCY TRUE TO LIFE CHILDREN'S SERVICES VISTA DEL MAR WESTSIDE CHILDREN'S CENTER of 55

36 TABLE 8A AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM COOPERATIVE PLACEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA CHILDREN - Public Adoption Agencies July 1, June 30, 2001 Totals (From): Alameda Fresno Contra Costa Kern Los Angeles Marin Merced Monterey Orange Placer California Public Adoption Agencies Receiving Children Riverside Sacramento San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco San Joaquin San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta Solano Stanislaus Tulare Ventura Arcata CDSS Chico CDSS Fresno CDSS Monterey Park CDSS Rohnert Park CDSS Sacramento CDSS Totals (To): AGENCIES PLACING CHILDREN ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA FRESNO KERN LOS ANGELES MARIN MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO SAN BERNARDINO SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN MATEO SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA STANISLAUS TULARE CHICO CDSS FRESNO CDSS ROHNERT PARK CDSS SACRAMENTO CDSS CATHOLIC CHARITIES ADOPTION AGENCY of 55

37 TABLE 8B AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM COOPERATIVE PLACEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA CHILDREN - Private Adoption Agencies July 1, June 30, 2001 California Private Adoption Agencies Receiving Children Totals (From): AASK Adoption Connection Adoption Network of Catholic Charities Alternative Family Services Aspira Foster & Family Services Bethany Christian Services-North Bethany Christian Services-South Better Life Children Services Black Adoption Placement & Research Catholic Charities Adoption Agency Children's Bureau of Southern California Children's Home Society of California Chrysalis House Families First Families for Children Family Builders by Adoptions Family Connections Future Families, Inc. Genesis Adoption Agency Hand-in-Hand Foundation Holy Family Services Independent Adoption Center Indian Child & Family Services Infant of Prague Inner Circle Foster Care & Adoption Services Institute for Black Parenting International Christian Adoptions International Foster Family & Adoption Agency Kern Bridges Adoption Agency Kinship Center Latter Day Saints-Central Latter Day Saints-North Latter Day Saints-South Lilliput Children's Services Olive Crest Adoption Services Optimist Adoption Agency Partners for Adoptions Sierra Adoption Services Southern California FFA Special Families Adoptions Sycamores Adoption Agency Trinity Children & Family Services-No. True to Life Children's Services Vista Del Mar Child Care Services Westside Children's Center Totals (To): 1, AGENCIES PLACING CHILDREN ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA EL DORADO FRESNO IMPERIAL KERN LOS ANGELES MARIN MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO SAN BERNARDINO SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN MATEO SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA SOLANO STANISLAUS TULARE CHICO CDSS FRESNO CDSS ROHNERT PARK CDSS SACRAMENTO CDSS ADOPTION CONNECTION ADOPTION NETWORK OF CATHOLIC CHARITIES BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-SOUTH FAMILY NETWORK, INC HOLY FAMILY SERVICES KINSHIP CENTER LATTER DAY SAINTS-CENTRAL LATTER DAY SAINTS-NORTH LATTER DAY SAINTS-SOUTH NIGHTLIGHT CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS of 55

38 TABLE 8C AGENCY ADOPTION PROGRAM COOPERATIVE PLACEMENTS OF CALIFORNIA CHILDREN - Out-of-State July 1, June 30, 1999 Totals (From): Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Other States Receiving California Children Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusettes Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Washington DC Out-of-Country Totals (To): AGENCIES PLACING CHILDREN ALAMEDA CONTRA COSTA EL DORADO FRESNO IMPERIAL KERN MARIN MONTEREY ORANGE PLACER RIVERSIDE SACRAMENTO SAN BERNARDINO SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO SAN JOAQUIN SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN MATEO SANTA CLARA SANTA CRUZ SHASTA SOLANO STANISLAUS TULARE VENTURA ARCATA CDSS CHICO CDSS FRESNO CDSS ROHNERT PARK CDSS SACRAMENTO CDSS ADOPTION CONNECTION ADOPTIONS UNLIMITED BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES-SOUTH FAMILY NETWORK, INC HOLY FAMILY SERVICES KINSHIP CENTER LATTER DAY SAINTS-CENTRAL LATTER DAY SAINTS-NORTH LATTER DAY SAINTS-SOUTH NIGHTLIGHT CHRISTIAN ADOPTIONS VISTA DEL MAR CHILD CARE SERVICES of 55

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