South Korea Adoption Program
NEW APPLICATIONS ARE TEMPORARILY ON HOLD
Dillon International also has a long history with South Korea. The agency began working with Eastern Social Welfare Society (formerly The David Livingston Foundation) in 1972 to place children from Korea with U.S. families. Working together, Dillon International and Eastern Social Welfare Society (ESWS) established a system of foster care for children waiting to be adopted. This system has become a model in other countries for developing their own child welfare systems.
LOOK AT ALL THE DIFFERENT PROGRAMS
We understand that trying to choose a program that best fits your family can be overwhelming. We have created a country comparison chart to help you see all the programs at one time. We also have the option to start the adoption program without selecting a country program.
Children in South Korea Adoption Program who are in need of a family.
Boys and some girls 18-26 months old at time of arrival home
Children with minor to moderate special needs or birth family risk factors.