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Receptionist Coordinator and Trainer

The Hope Center

HQ Phone:  (770) 924-0864

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The Hope Center

295 Molly Lane Suite 120

Woodstock, Georgia,30189

United States

Company Description

The HOPE Center is a Christian ministry devoted to sharing the hope of the Lord Jesus Christ, promoting sexual purity, and providing physical, emotional and spiritual support to women and men facing pregnancy-related issues. The HOPE Center was started in May ... more.

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Employment History

Receptionist Coordinator and Trainer

Hope Center Inc


Independent Distributor

LifeVantage Corporation


President and Chief Executive Officer

Huminska's Anioly Inc


Distributor and Educator

Life Vantage


Affiliations

Denise Noyes New England PAPA Chapter

Founder


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Mimi Huminski Founder
Denise Noyes New England PAPA Chapter Heather Bell New England PAPA Chapter


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mhangels@adoptionspolish.com President Huminska's Anioly


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To get us through the extra challenges, we turned to Mimi Huminski, a consultant with Huminska's Anioly that helps people adopt from Poland.


www.ledgernews.com

Mimi Huminska, president of Huminska's Anioly Inc., has placed almost 1,200 children from Poland, over the past 21 years, with parents in the United States.
"Anioly" means "angels" in Polish. She holds Hague international accreditation and said she is the only U.S. adoption service that holds official Polish accreditation. Both accreditations guard the welfare of the child involved and the agency's compliance with procedures. Huminska, whose husband is of Polish heritage, said her business is a personal mission. After she and her husband failed several times in their efforts to have biological children, they decided to adopt. Huminska later found out that her daughter, Evona, whom the couple adopted from a Polish orphanage at almost 4 in 1989, was born on the day she and her husband first made the decision to adopt, Christmas Day, 1985. "In 21 years, I've seen divine intervention in this business so many times it gives me chills," she said. She and her husband later adopted another child from Poland, son Eric, now 20. Huminska said many United States couples who desire an international adoption from Poland are of Polish heritage and want to retain that in their family line. Another reason children adopted from Poland are a good match for American families is because, unlike in some other countries, they are well-cared for in Polish orphanages and taught love, she said. "Children adopted through us are generally 4 to 15 years old," she said. "Polish citizens usually adopt the babies and toddlers. There were 1,000 adoptions last year by Polish citizens, which speaks to how well the children are cared for." Huminska said the cost for adopting a Polish orphan is about the same as with other international adoptions, but the cost is for the process, not the child. "Paperwork is stringent, whether you are adopting one child, or more than one," she said, noting that people sometimes adopt siblings at once. "We walk parents through each phase of the process." She said prospective parents go to Poland to meet their child and the attorney handling the adoption, and spend two weeks. "My goal is to start a support group for Georgia families with children who are adopted from Poland," Huminska said. She currently has support groups in several states.


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