This category lists websites dealing with adoption and related issues.
Adoption information and resources, message boards, email communities, and links to adoption professionals. Includes special sections for both birthmothers and adoptive parents.
Provides access to thousands of resources addressing all aspects of adoption. Includes coverage of international adoption issues.
Listing of adoption resources on the Internet, organized in topical categories.
Dedicated to finding homes for Canada's waiting children. Includes news, publications, legislation, events, research, viewpoints, and newsletters.
General adoption information, articles, links to related resources, and notice board.
Offers web-based educational courses for all members of the adoption triad. Includes course descriptions and a mailing list.
Features information about workshops and support groups, profiles of families hoping to adopt (from specific agencies) and resources.
A public service ring dedicated to the best interests of adoption triad members.
A Christian adoption resource center, with services for birthmothers and adoptive parents.
General information and resources.
National photo listing service for children awaiting adoption across the United States.
A series of written stories, as well as a one-hour audio broadcast, which explore fifty years of experience with international adoption by Americans. Additional materials include photojournals, interviews, audio diaries, and supplementary stories.
Presents articles about a variety of adoption related topics.
London-based charity with offices in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. Offers resources for those wishing to adopt and related professionals. Includes membership details, news, legal details and directory of agencies.
Articles and FAQs about adopting a child, becoming a foster parent, adopting a foster child, adoptees and birth parents, and services for adopted children.
Features a range of adoption-related information. Includes a message board, Waiting Parents Registry, list of famous adoptions, calendar of events, and links to Canadian resources, including agencies and support groups.
Provides research, analysis, advice and education to practitioners and the public about legislation and practices governing domestic and inter-country adoption in the United States and the rest of the world. Includes publications and information about projects.
Provides former Michigan members (adult adoptees, birth parents, adult siblings, and adoptive parents) with post-adoption services and intermediary search services.
Not for profit organization that provides adoption and birth parent services.
Information for adoption professionals: research, policy, and practice.
Non-profit volunteer organization advocating and encouraging private (non-agency) adoption. Meetings held in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Information about transitional residence and fostering of troubled children.
Suzanne, a single woman in her forties, after years of trying to become pregnant, decided to adopt an African-American baby. This is the story of her adoption quest. [29:00 streaming audio broadcast]
Providing services for young women who are pregnant and parenting, families with young children and adoptive families.
Portal to photo listings and resources, including chat, online courses, and articles.
Post-adoptive articles and a "How to Adopt" section which provides an overview of issues and steps to take when considering domestic adoption through the foster care system.
About 1.6 million American families have adopted children. In more and more cases, they are open adoptions. Four families share their stories. [Each story approximately 5 minutes in duration.]
Adoption-related services for children of color, their birthparents, and their adoptive parents.
Directory of adoption related mailing lists across the United States.
Consumer protection and advocacy for adopting families, international or domestic. Site features news, articles, and resources.
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