One Adoption North & Humber

We are five councils in the northern Yorkshire and Humber area - City of York, East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, North East Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire County Councils - working together to deliver a single regional adoption service at a local level.

 

About One Adoption North & Humber

We provide training and support for those wanting to adopt a child right the way through the process. We have expert social work staff on hand to provide guidance and advice for those wanting to know more about adoption. We carry out assessment and training for those wishing to adopt, as well as finding families for children needing adoption and providing adoption support.
 
We also work with adopters, adopted children, birth families, the voluntary and private sectors to deliver a range of adoption support services. We believe that every child has the right to a stable, permanent, loving home. 

Call us on 0345 305 2576

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If you want more information come along to one of our information events or contact us on the details below:

Telephone 0345 305 2576

Alternatively, please provide your name and email address using the form below and we’ll send you some information.

By clicking Enquire you are consenting to the One Adoption North and Humber Regional Adoption Agency (OANH RAA) hosted by City of York Council (acting on behalf of East Riding, Hull, North East Lincolnshire, York and North Yorkshire councils) to collect and store your name, contact information and which council area you live in. We are collecting this information to enable us to direct your request to the appropriate team and to respond to your request for a service. Please note, we will not share your information with any third parties outside of the Regional Agency and will not sell your details on for other marketing purposes.

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Liam and Nick have been in a relationship for seven years. In the early days they didn’t really discuss having children, but as their family and friends began to start families they became the go-to babysitters, and an idea became a reality.

‘You learn a lot when you adopt. Liam and Nick learned that sharing really is caring’

Liam and Nick have been in a relationship for seven years. In the early days they didn’t really discuss having children, but as their family and friends began to start families they became the go-to babysitters, and an idea became a reality.