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Adoption Services – Birth Parent Services

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Social Services

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Service Description

Birth parents thinking about placing a child for adoption have the following planning options and support services available:

  • Voluntary committal adoption (Domestic Adoption) – birth parents make a plan with the Ministry of Social Services and participate in the selection of prospective adoptive parents.
  • Independent adoption – birth parents make a plan for adoption with someone they know, such as a friend or relative. A lawyer working on behalf of the prospective adoptive parents, and a Ministry-approved Independent Practitioner completes the home study.

If interested in discussing adoption options, contact your nearest Child and Family Services office. Information will remain confidential.


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Contact your nearest Child and Family Services office to discuss adoption options.

Regina Service Centre


2045 Broad Street
Regina SK  S4P 3T7

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Regina SK

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