Who We Are
Our birthmother caseworkers are strategically located across the state in Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Savannah, Valdosta, and at our state office in Macon. On average, we serve 150-200 women and complete 25 adoptions per year. Since our founding, we’ve facilitated over 550 adoptions.
The Ministry of Adoption
“In love [God] predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus Christ.” Ephesians 1:4-5We approach adoption as a Gospel ministry, meaning we exist to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of birthmothers by connecting them to community resources, providing counseling, and sharing the love of Jesus Christ. Our first priority is the birthmother and her baby: we find a family for a child in need, rather than find a child for a family. We never pressure mothers into choosing adoption over parenting.
Covenant Care places children into two-parent, Christian homes, and we work diligently to raise funds and keep adoption fees low. Our families typically pay about one third of what it costs to make an adoption happen.
To read our Statement of Faith, please view the process and requirements for adoptive families.
We envision Covenant Care Services glorifying God as we become known to all pregnancy service providers in Georgia as the premier agency providing quality, Gospel-driven adoption services to women experiencing unplanned pregnancies.
We will realize our Vision by serving each party of the adoption triad with excellence as we actively pursue strong, professional relationships with pregnancy service providers in Georgia.
- We will serve birthmothers by equipping them to make a loving and life-affirming plan for their child. We will honor them on their journey, whether they choose adoption or parenting.
- We desire for our adoptive families to be marked by Christ’s example of humility, with an outward focus looking for opportunities to serve others. We prepare families for the unique realities of domestic adoption, equipping them to partner with us as they wait to adopt.
- Believing that life begins at conception and that the ideal place for a child to flourish is in a two-parent, Christian home, we educate women to see adoption as a good option for their child. By serving birthmothers and adoptive families well, we in turn serve the child.