We are a Tucson based 501-­3c nonprofit organization providing adoption services. We provide support services to both pregnant women, and to those who want to adopt. Our caring staff offers excellent support and services stemming from their professional training, education, and personal experiences as adoptive parents, and adopted children.

Call and schedule an appointment to meet our staff and discover how we can help you.

Meet the team

All of us here at Adoption Solutions have personal experience with adoption. As we are all mothers, we also have a personal mission to children. Our pro-life vision of the world looks for a soft place for every child to land.

Jackie Komar


Jackie has over 25 years of experience providing support & counseling services to Women & families in transition. Mrs Komar has a Master's degree in Social Work. She is licensed by the State of Arizona as an LCSW level clinical social worker.

She has received training in the Project Rachael ministry which helps women heal From the wounds of abortion. Jackie is the mother of 5 children whom she & her husband adopted at birth. She worked as an Adoption Social Worker for almost 10 Years (prior to becoming a mom). She believes that life is a sacred gift from God. She feels honored to be able to provide support & counseling to women & children. If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering making an adoption plan we can help you. We will walk beside you and help you discern the best path for yourself and your unborn child. You are not alone, we are here for you.


If you want inspiration for yourself through a courageous woman and her child, read more about Saint Gianna.



Christina Fugate

Birth Mother Case Manager

Christina Fugate was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Minor in Spanish. While attending NAU, she completed an internship with Catholic Social Services in their adoption department. Since graduating in 2004, she has worked in the foster care system, in behavioral health, and with parents with substance abuse issues; however, her dream has always been to return to the adoption field. As a child who was adopted herself, adoption is much more than a part of her life story. She believes that placing a child up for adoption is a tremendously loving and selfless act. Christina feels that it is an absolute honor to walk alongside biological mothers as they make this decision.

Julie Moroz, Adoptive Family Counselor

Julie Moroz

Adoptive Family Counselor

Julie Moroz is a graduate from the University of Arizona, and is working towards her Master of Science in Social Services Counseling. She has a variety of counseling experience over the years,  specializing working with military members & families.  Julie is also an adoptive mother of two, who has walked the same path of  waiting adoptive parents.  She has a passion for helping future adoptive families.