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We welcome enquiries from single people, gay, lesbian or couples, married or in a stable relationship Our guidance is that partners must have been living together for at least two years before applying to adopt.

We welcome enquiries from families who have children of their own – and those who don’t.

If you already have children, we’ll work with you to assess how you will meet the adopted child(ren)’s needs as well as those of your existing family.

For couples who have fertility issues, we require that you have stopped fertility treatment before applying to adopt and that you have come to terms not having your birth children.

To begin your adoption journey with Families for Children we ask that you meet our criteria.

We welcome enquiries from single people and from couples who are married or in a stable relationship with someone of the same or opposite sex.

We will be at St Stephen's Renfield Centre, 260 Bath St, Glasgow, G2 4JP, on Wednesday November 22nd for an adoption information event.

If you are a couple, these should be people who has known both of you during your relationship and who can testify to the relationship and character and your behaviours.It’s always worth getting in touch if you have a question.And if you are in doubt about whether you can adopt, please don’t rule yourself out – talk to us and we can advise.You will be asked to have a full medical, where issues such as weight, smoking and mental health will be considered.Preliminary Local Authority, Health and Police checks You will have Local Authority health, employment and Disclosure Scotland checks carried out.

If you are a couple, these should be people who has known both of you during your relationship and who can testify to the relationship and character and your behaviours.It’s always worth getting in touch if you have a question.And if you are in doubt about whether you can adopt, please don’t rule yourself out – talk to us and we can advise.You will be asked to have a full medical, where issues such as weight, smoking and mental health will be considered.Preliminary Local Authority, Health and Police checks You will have Local Authority health, employment and Disclosure Scotland checks carried out.We will also ask you for an employers' references If you are in any doubt about whether you can adopt, please don’t rule yourself out – talk to us about your circumstances and we can advise you the best way forward.