Additional Resources for Adoptive Families
About Adoption Subsidy
"Parents who are thinking about or are in the process of adopting a child with special needs from foster care should know about adoption assistance (also known as adoption subsidy). Federal (Title IV-E) and state (often called non-IV-E) adoption assistance programs are designed to help parents meet their adopted children’s varied, and often costly, needs.
Who Is Eligible for Adoption Assistance/Subsidy?The requirements for eligibility for adoption subsidy are:
Did you adopt from Michigan's foster care system? Have you heard about the benefits of Adoption Medical Subsidy? If your child has a diagnosis, they may qualify for services such as therapy, summer camps, tutoring, orthodontic braces, eyeglasses, prescriptions and more. Apply here or call the subsidy office for more information.
Adoption and Guardian Assistance Office Medical Subsidy Policy