Adoption

The word alone seems full of questions. The process is unknown to most who haven't been through it, as are the rewards.

Concerned Persons For Adoption (CPFA) is a non-profit organization in the State of New Jersey dedicated to the belief that every child deserves a family. CPFA is not an adoption agency, but a volunteer organization working to support those who wish to adopt, and to provide educational and networking resources to those who have adopted.

 Join us for our Upcoming Events
(Click on our Calendar of Events for more)
 
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Concerned Persons for Adoption

HOLIDAY PARTY!

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2019

12:00 – 3:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church of Whippany

494 Route 10 West at Whippany Road, Whippany, NJ 07981

Crafts and a “Special Visitor”

What to bring:

*A dish or two to share for lunch. We will provide beverages!

*A wrapped holiday gift ($10-15) for your child(ren).

*An unwrapped gift for children in foster care. Toddler toys, craft supplies and a variety of gift cards have been the most popular gifts asked for.

RSVP by December 6th

https://fs17.formsite.com/cpfanj/CPFAHoliday/index.html

In lieu of bringing a gift you can donate a monetary gift on line which will be used to purchase gifts for children in foster care.

https://fs17.formsite.com/cpfanj/Presents/index.html

Questions: Please contact the CPFA Social Committee at info@cpfanj.org

 
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Thank you to those who
joined us for our 8th Annual

Concerned Persons for Adoption (CPFA) Mini-Conference

For Youth ages 7-13 and their Parents/Caregivers on October 19th which included workshops on 
Emotion Regulation, Talking to Kids about Difficult History, Ways to Reduce Anxiety 
and many youth workshops including time with Therapy Dogs (pictured below)


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 Thank you to the over 220 participants 

who attended
New Jersey’s 37th Annual
“Let’s Talk Adoption”sm Conference with

Keynote Speaker:
Adam Pertman, CEO and Founder
of the National Center on Adoption and Permanency

 
To download the Keynote presentation entitled 
Rethinking Adoption in the 21st Century: 
Progressing from “Child Placement” to “Family Success”

 
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Most Social Programs are held at the
First Presbyterian Church of Whippany
494 Whippany Road (Rte 10W)
Whippany, NJ 07981
Questions? Click the Contact Us page and send us an e-mail!