Please join us in welcoming Adriana Chaves to the MAA Team as our Hosting Coordinator!

Adriana graduated as a Psychologist in Colombia and has over 20 years of experience in the field of adoption and foster care. She initiated her career doing private practice and soon became the Psychology Coordinator of FANA, a private institution well known in Colombia for its professional approach to adoption and the care of children. During her 20 years in that institution, she managed to create the Psychology Department, as well as supporting hundreds of families and children to reach their family dreams. In parallel, Adriana continued with her private practice. She studied psychology, and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychological Evaluation of Children and a Master’s in Clinical and Family Psychology.

Adriana and her sons, Simon and Pablo, relocated to South Florida from Colombia last year when her husband, Sergio, was transferred by the company he works for. She is excited to join the Madison Adoption Associates team coordinating the hosting program, supporting the Colombia adoption program, and counseling children and families post adoption.
Show Hope's annual Empowered to Connect Conference can now be broadcast at churches across the country. Parents everywhere can have access to these practical tools that help bring hope and healing to any child who has experienced trauma or the loss of parental care.

Priced low, this simulcast is an opportunity to provide the support to these families where most communities lack the experience, the expertise, and the answers to those in desperate need for help and guidance. You, your church, your adoption agency, your small group or group of friends can host a simulcast at a church or agency office.

Contact your church staff today and tell them you’d like to join a simulcast by hosting a conference at your church.

This simulcast is being hosted April 5th-6th!
March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month! 

To honor our waiting children diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, we are pleased to be able to offer a $1,000 grant to any family who commits to adopt a child with Cerebral Palsy during the month of March. 

Families home in February!