Social worker, author, trainer and speaker, Paula is the founder and Past Executive Director of Hope’s Promise. She earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Denver University, specializing in children, youth and families. She has worked in the field of adoption for 26 years and enjoys the unpredictability and challenges. Paula is the author of the recently released book, A Place I Didn’t Belong: Hope for
HOPE’S PROMISE is a Christian, non-profit child placement agency licensed by the State of Colorado. We facilitate both domestic and international adoptions. HOPE’S PROMISE was founded in 1990 by Paula Freeman, after she and her husband adopted their daughter, Hope, from India.
Annual Ray Freeman Memorial Golf Tournament Registration Now Open The 2017 Ray Freeman Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit Hope’s Promise will be held on August 15, 2017 at Arrowhead Golf Club, 10850 Sundown Trail, Littleton, CO with check-in starting at 6:30 am. Proceeds from this tournament will provide counseling to women and men in crisis pregnancy. It also provides a family to orphaned and
Our Mission Transforming lives through the Christian ministry of adoption and orphan care About Hope’s Promise HOPE’S PROMISE is a Christian, non-profit child placement agency licensed by the State of Colorado. We are Hague accredited by the Council on Accreditation. We facilitate both domestic and international adoptions. Our domestic adoption program offers options counseling to women and men facing an unintended pregnancy. Since 1990,
In her book, A Place I Didn’t Belong – Hope for Adoptive Moms (Carpenter’s Son Publishing, 2013), Paula Freeman explores a painful reality of some adoptions: Things don’t always work out as planned. Unmet expectations, a child’s compromised beginnings, and emotional wounds carried into the process can undermine often-fragile adoptive bonds. Families are turned upside down as their adopted children lash out with hostility
A Place I Didn’t Belong: Hope for Adoptive Moms Interested in a post adoption support? Please join us for a 10-week healing-support group (for adoptive moms of children with challenges) For more information, please click here for the brochure. To attend one of these groups, register here. Registration fees include the cost of attendance and the book. If you have questions, please contact the Hope’s Promise office