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Philadelphia Adoption Agency Announces Upcoming Educational Webinar

Wynnewood, PA – The Philadelphia adoption agency from Adoptions From The Heart has announced their next educational webinar on prenatal drug and alcohol exposure. For those who like to learn more about their local adoption center, visit:

The live webinar will be held on May 15, 2021, from 10 am until 11:30 am through zoom, and guests interested in signing up can email [email protected] to learn more. The webinar will be recorded live at their Philadelphia adoption agency, located at 30 Hampstead Cir, Wynnewood, PA 19096, USA. For any questions, the adoption professionals can be reached at (610) 642-7200.

AFTH Philadelphia adoption agency

Director Heidi Gonzalez shares some information on their webinar, stating, “We are looking forward to providing guests with the education webinar on the prenatal effects of drug and alcohol use to assist families when filling out their profile keys online. Information will be provided by a pediatrician who is also an adoptive mother and can answer any questions participates may have.”

The Philadelphia adoption center provides a variety of adoption services to their Wynnewood clients but also extends services to the neighboring cities and towns such as Wister, Stenton, Kensington, Allegheny West, Juniata, Chestnut Nill, Laverock, North Philadelphia, Germantown, East Falls, Andorra, Wyndmoor, and Olney among others.

Find reviews from their local adoption agency here:


For more information about AFTH – Philadelphia, contact the company here:

AFTH – Philadelphia
Maxine Chalker
(610) 642-7200
[email protected]
30 Hampstead Cir.
Wynnewood, PA 19096, USA

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