The LIGHT House
Full Service Adoption
The LIGHT House is a full service adoption agency licensed in the State of Missouri. Since 1985, our experienced staff has facilitated hundreds of successful adoptions. We help connect expectant mothers, who will be delivering or have delivered their babies in Missouri, with prospective Christian adoptive families who may live throughout the country.
Some of our services include:
- Full-service adoption agency, licensed in the State of Missouri
- Pregnancy and post-adoption support
- Home Study preparation
- Education and advocacy for adoptive and birth families
- Referral to The LIGHT House maternity home, if applicable
The birth parent is the most courageous person involved in any adoption. Choosing adoption is not easy, not at the time of placement nor years later. What happens in an adoption, how do you get through the experience, and how does it affect you later in life?
These are questions our experienced staff can discuss with you. We want you to know that you are not alone. Many others have felt the same feelings and had the same experiences as you.
If you are considering adoption please call our Hope Line at 816-916-4434.
The LIGHT House has been helping birth parents connect with adoptive families for over 20 years. Our experienced staff can provide personal attention and support during this exciting yet challenging time.
To start the process:
Download the Adoption Application and Fee Schedule.
Mail applications and check to PO Box 22553 Kansas City, MO 64113 Attention: David Broxterman
Once your paperwork has been received, our Adoption Manager will contact you.
For more information on adopting through The LIGHT House, contact David Broxterman, Adoption Manager, at 816.361.2233 x 231 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LIGHT House is currently accepting adoptive families, including African-American and other minority families. By law, the Court’s placement of a child in an adoptive home will not be delayed or denied on the basis of race, color, or national origin.