SPENCE-CHAPIN IS AN ACCREDITED NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT HAS BEEN OFFERING QUALITY ADOPTION SERVICES FOR MORE THAN 100 YEARS. Our mission is to help find loving families for children whatever their needs or circumstances, and provide counseling and support for all children and the families to whom they have been born or entrusted. Our mission is driven by the simple belief that every child deserves a family.
Spence-Chapin focuses on finding adoptive homes for children who need families; promoting the understanding of adoption through counseling and public education; and improving adoption's image and practice. Through our Modern Family Center we are helping each family member navigate their individual adoption stories with clarity and confidence. Spence-Chapin's roots can be traced to the early 1900s and the pioneering work of Clara Spence, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Chapin, who independently established nurseries out of concern for homeless infants abandoned in hospitals and shelters.
Today, Spence-Chapin is proud of our role as a prominent voice and leading advocate for adoption, and of our commitment to the wellbeing of all members of the adoption triad: birth parents, adoptive parents, and their children.
Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children, a non-profit adoption and family services agency, announced today they are now accepting new applications for their Domestic Infant Adoption Program. The agency is opening the process beyond the current waiting list.
The Domestic Adoption Pr...
Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children, a non-profit adoption and family services agency, announced today they are accepting applications from families on their waitlist for domestic infant adoption.
“For more than 100 years, we have operated our domestic infant adoption program...
Spence-Chapin, a non-profit adoption and family services agency, today announced a further endorsement of Adam Cotumaccio’s leadership by naming him President. Cotumaccio was previously COO/CFO of the 107-year-old agency.
Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children will host its second annual benefit – the Modern Family Ball (www.modernfamilyball.org) - on March 5th
Spence-Chapin, a non-profit adoption and family services agency, announced today a change in leadership. Executive Director Emily Forhman has decided to seek new opportunities after a successful three-year tenure. Forhman will be succeeded by current COO/CFO, Adam Cotumaccio.