1. September 7–Coffee Talk with Open Arms

    Join us for a casual talk about ALL THINGS ADOPTION. No question too big or too small.

    First Thursday of every month…

    @Corner Cup Coffee House; 3019 Graham Road; Stow, OH  44224


  2. September 12–10th Annual Streetsboro Health Fair
  3. October 7 –Preservice Training Begins

    Preservice training for adoptive parents begins in Kent today.  Contact the office to register.  


  4. November 10–2nd Annual Wine Pull Fundraiser


    For tickets…email info@openarmsadopt.com 

    or visit http://openarmsadopt.com/wine-pull-fundraiser/

  5. November 14–The ABC’s of Adoption (Columbus)

    What does it cost? How long will it take?
    What do I have to do? Is there really a need?

    Meet with adoption professionals and get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about adoption. Learn more about the 100,000 children in the US that are waiting for a family like YOURS.

    We’ll also answer your questions about infant adoption–how to become “matched” with a birth mother, what does “open adoption” really mean?

    Join us from 6:30-8:30 pm at All Saints Lutheran Church (6770 N. High Street; Worthington, OH 43085) and get all of your questions answered.

Open Arms Adoptions is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit agency licensed by the State of Ohio.  Our agency was founded on the belief that every child deserves a family.  Our experienced and compassionate staff is committed to working with every client as an individual, recognizing that ever person’s adoption journey is a bit different.  We appreciate the differences that each one of our clients brings to us and will partner with you to make the best plan for YOU and YOUR family. 

Our team will provide you with the open and honest communication that is necessary in building a solid working relationship as well as the benefit of years of experience in adoption, foster care and attachment treatment.  We have a deep passion for helping find families for children and for helping those families develop the skills and perspective that they need to help these children heal.