Adoption Lancashire & Blackpool has received additional Government funding to help adoptive families.Read More about Additional support available for adoptive families during the coronavirus pandemic
The process of finding forever families for children is still continuing in Lancashire and Blackpool despite the coronavirus pandemic.Read More about You can still adopt in Lancashire and Blackpool
We still need adopters for our children even at this difficult time, so if you've been thinking of making an adoption enquiry we want to give you as much information and support as possible.Read More about New telephone information sessions launched
Adoption Lancashire & Blackpool are here to support you during this challenging time, whether you are considering adoption, are part way through the process or you are an existing adoptive parent.Read More about Supporting you during the coronavirus pandemic
A new regional adoption agency bringing Lancashire County Council and Blackpool Council together to deliver joint adoption services in Lancashire launched last week (Wednesday 1 April). Adoption Lancashire and Blackpool brings together expertise from both councils to simplify the adoption process, increase the number of adopters, improve the matching processes for children, and provide support for adoptive families.Read More about Adoption Lancashire & Blackpool launches
From 1 April, Lancashire County Council and Blackpool Council will come together to deliver joint adoption services in Lancashire - to help improve the lives of youngsters across both areas.Read More about Cabinet agrees to the launch of a new regional adoption agency
If you're thinking about adoption then we'd love to help.
If you'd prefer to speak to someone, then give us a call on 0300 123 6727 and we’ll be in touch with you as soon as possible.