The Smoky Mountain Children’s Home (SMCH) Adoption Program is operated through the Foster Care Department. The primary philosophy is that every child deserves permanency within a family, and it is our goal to make this an option for as many children as possible. Once a child is in custody of the State of Tennessee, the SMCH Adoption Support Coordinator and team members, along with the Department of Children’s Services (DCS) team members work together to form a selection committee to identify an appropriate family/placement for these children. SMCH can assist with state and private adoptions and many of our DCS children qualify for financial assistance through the adoption subsidy program.
If you are interested in becoming an adoptive parent or to request more information on the adoption process, please contact our Adoption Support Coordinator, Melody Jones, at email@example.com.
Available Children/Youth for Adoption
Selena is 17 years old and is friendly, sweet, cooperative, and is generally smiling. She likes to sing, dance, swim, and do anything fun that kids normally do. She also likes to read and write, and generally enjoys school. Selena is interested in going to college and thinks she would be interested in working for the FBI. Her strengths are a friendly and outgoing personality.
Successful Adoptions with SMCH Adoption Services
Myers family with their 4th adopted child, Patrick Josiah. They are devoted foster/adoptive parents with SMCH.
Foster/Adoptive parent, Dale Hull, his 2 adopted sons, Matthew and Jaymz, and one of our local Judges celebrating the adoption of Andrew.
Reeves family celebrating the adoption of their daughter Kenzlee. Larry & Melissa have provided a forever home for many displaced teens.