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Welcome to Dillon Southwest!
Dillon Southwest is a Hague accredited, licensed, non-profit child-placing and adoption agency. Our agency was established in 1983 and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our work at Dillon Southwest has always been to help fulfill the need for loving homes for children from outside the US whose best interests would be served through international adoption.
Dillon Southwest has a mutual service program with Eastern Social Welfare Society in Seoul, Korea to place Korean-born children for adoption in Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico. On a on a case-by-case basis, we can request permission to work with families in most other states. Our agency has placed over 1000 Korean-born children through our Korean Adoption Program, and it has been the agency's primary focus.
We offer an Ethiopian Adoption Program through a collaborative working relationship with Illien Adoptions International, Inc.
As a Hague accredited agency, we are very pleased that we are able to offer home study, post-placement and re-adoption services to Arizona families adopting children from all over the world. We have worked with families adopting from China, Ethiopia, Russia, India, Haiti, Ghana, as well as other countries with international programs. Dillon Southwest continues to offer services to families after placement by supporting and sponsoring cultural and educational events.
Dillon Southwest is committed to providing a loving, nurturing home for all children referred to the agency. The agency assists families who desire to provide homes to children through quality international adoption programs. It does this by providing local services to facilitate those adoptions. Dillon Southwest values cultural diversity and encourages its adoptive families to understand and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of all family members.