Dillon International was founded by Jerry and Deniese Dillon in 1972 to meet the needs of the thousands of vulnerable Korean orphans. Centrally located in the United States, Dillon International is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and was the first licensed international adoption agency in the state.
Throughout our history, Dillon International has been actively involved in establishing intercountry adoption standards and policies both in the United States and abroad. The agency has helped to establish adoption programs in several countries, including a model foster care program in Korea. Each participating country in the agency’s adoption program has invited Dillon International to help find homes for their vulnerable children.
Since our beginning, Dillon has been an advocate for ethical adoption standards, earning us long-standing, esteemed relationships with U.S. and foreign government officials. In addition, Dillon International has helped to underwrite hospitals, orphanages and schools in Korea, India, China, Haiti, and Vietnam.
Why Choose Dillon?
We are a nonprofit Hague-accredited adoption agency with experience and a commitment to children and families.
We like to call it the Dillon Difference.
We promise to:
Help you find answers so that you are confident you’re making the right decision.
Be transparent so you can trust us.
Be available to help in a timely manner.
Keep you informed about the process.
Assist you through the difficult waiting times.
Continue to help you long after the adoption is complete.
Lifetime Commitment: Every family has unique needs. So does every child we serve. At Dillon, we are committed to a lifetime of services, from pre-adoption education to helping you through the transition period of welcoming a new child into your home. After the adoption, we are committed to helping you with counseling, heritage camps, heritage tours and birth-family searches.
A Solid Foundation: Since 1972, Dillon has helped more than 7,000 children have come home to loving families.
Experienced Staff: Our social workers and counselors are experienced with all the paperwork associated with adoption. More than that, they’re intimately aware of the emotional issues associated with adoption.
With Dillon, you can feel confident knowing that you are not alone in this journey. Dillon’s caring staff will be with you every step of the way.
7335 S. Lewis Ave, Suite 204
Tulsa, OK 74136
For more information:
Orange County, CA
3183-F Airway Ave., Suite 103
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
12501 W. 97th Terrace #101
Lenexa, KS 66215
7665 NE 501 Road
Osceola, MO 64776
PO Box 126498
Benbrook, Texas 76126
Meet The Team
Dillon International employment policies and practices promote equal employment opportunities for all persons when filling staff positions. Dillon International does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, creed, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability or genetic information. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Employment questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Resume, cover letter, and any supplemental materials (if requested in the job posting), will be used to select the top candidate(s). Those selected for further consideration will be invited to an interview and fill out a Dillon International Application. Prior to hiring, candidate(s) will be required to complete a pre-employment criminal history background check and motor vehicle record check check. The candidate(s) must pass the background check process in order to continue in the hiring process.
We currently have no job openings
To apply please email a cover letter, resume, and any supplemental materials to or mail at 7335 S. Lewis Ave. Suite 204, Tulsa, OK 74136
At Dillon International, we strive to provide quality services to our client families.
One tool we utilize to help ensure this is a client survey. We send an anonymous survey to clients at the time of their child’s arrival, and again on the anniversary of their arrival. We utilize this feedback to improve our services, including the modification of procedures and policies, as needed.
In addition, this feedback is provided to the Dillon Executive Director and Board of Directors on a regular basis.
While the surveys provide us with narrative on how we are doing, we also receive rankings, or grades, from our clients. A summary of our most recent grades can be seen to the right.
The US Department of State allows the public to submit complaints on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague Accreditation, Approval or Renewal. You may submit complaints to the Department of State’s website here: https://adoptionusca.state.gov/HCRWeb/Welcome