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 See also
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 Web links
Adopters' Charter - Department for Education
Adoption reform letter from UK Minister of Children
Adoption UK
British Association for Adoption & Fostering
Hull adoption on facebook
National adoption week
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Hull adoption

Arrow Request an information pack – If you are thinking about adoption and would like more information or you feel ready to apply to adopt, please get in touch with us.
 
Arrow  Who can adopt – Anybody aged over 21 can adopt. There is no upper age limit. By law however, we cannot accept applications from anyone convicted of certain violent or sexual offences or convicted of offences against children, or whose household members have been convicted of such offences.
 
Arrow The children who need adopting – Just as adoptive carers come from all walks of life, so do the children who need adopting. We match children to adoptive parents who best meet the child’s needs.
 
Arrow The adoption process – Our step by step guide explains our adoption process, from deciding whether adoption is for you to starting your life with your adopted child.
 
Arrow Support for adoptive parents – Adoption is a lifelong commitment and we are here to support you every step of the way.
 
Arrow Support for adopted children – As well as supporting children going through the adoption process we can help if you have been affected by adoption, whether you have been adopted or you are the adopters, the birth parents, or other birth relatives.
 
Arrow Contact with birth families (letterbox service) – Find out about the options available to you if you are adopted and want to contact your birth family or if you are a birth family member wanting to contact adopted family members.
 
Arrow Adoption support fund - Find out about who can access this fund and what it can help with.

The National Adopters Charter

We have signed up to the government’s Adopters' Charter as a sign of our commitment to adoptive parents. We want adopters to feel valued and respected for the chance they provide to transform a child’s life. If you decide to adopt we will help and support you through your journey of becoming an adoptive parent.

Find out more about the National Adopters Charter (link opens in a new window)

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Hull Adoption Statement of Purpose 2017


It is a requirement of the National Minimum Standards for Adoption by regulation of the Care Standards Act 2000, that a Statement of Purpose is produced for each Adoption Agency, detailing its aims and objectives.

This Statement of Purpose sets out the functions of and services provided by the Hull City Council Adoption Service.  It is kept under review and revised when necessary


Contact us

Hull adoption
Hull City Council
Kenworthy House
George Street
Hull
HU1 3DT
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Tel: 01482 612 800
(9.30am - 4.30pm for initial information packs)
(12.30 - 4.30pm to speak to a duty social worker) 

Fax: 01482 614 395
Email: adoption@hullcc.gov.uk

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