Adoption Resources

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Helpful Links

Adoption Organizations, Agencies & Attorneys

Child Welfare Information Gateway

National Council for Adoption

North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC)



American Academy of Adoption Attorneys

American Adoption Congress



Donaldson Adoption Institute

Adoptive Parenting Resources

Adoptive Parents Committee

Long Island Adoption

Adoptive Families Magazine

Adoptive Learning Partners

Center for Adoption Support and Education

Tapestry Books

Adoptive Parent Employee Benefits



Wise Old Sayings

Financial Resources

Adoption Tax Credit

Help Us Adopt


Helping Kids Cope

Boatner Family Foundation
P.O. Box 132272, The Woodlands, TX 77393

Gift of Adoption Fund

Show Hope: Shaohannah’s Hope

Parents for ME

Hebrew Free Loan Society

Sara Lilli Adoption Fund

National Adoption Foundation

Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption

Life Song for Orphans

North American Council of Adoptable Children

Helping Kids Cope

Adoption Profile Book Design, Etc.

Parent Finder


After Adoption Birth & Adoption Photo Sharing

Child Connect

Latest Adoption News

The Differences Between the Original and Amended Birth Certificates

When a baby is born, aside from various pictures taken by their parents, there is something else that signifies and symbolizes their delivery. Their birth certificate. The child’s basic biological and statistical information is written on the birth certificate and...

My Adoption Reunion Story: Opening Pandora’s Box — Part I

For many years, I’ve searched for an outlet where I could bless and encourage others as they face the decision of whether or not to place their baby for adoption. I’ve spoken to staff members of several different adoption companies. Sharing pieces of my story, and...

Say Yes to Positive Adoption Language

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Although true, it fails to encapsulate the tremendous power that words hold. They paint scenes, describe the state of mind and elicit emotions. Knowing what to say and when to say it is a great responsibility and blessing....

5 Myths about Adoptees We should Stop Spreading Around

Imagine you’re sitting in a circle of people. One person whispers something into someone else’s ear, who then nods and whispers it into the ear of the next person. The game continues until the phrase passed around gets back to the one who started it. Sound familiar?...

Acknowledge Attachment Issues for Your Child

Attachment is the sharing of emotional bonds. It is formed when two or more people have spent a considerable amount of time together, and where both parties are dependent on each other. A child fresh out of the womb can experience disrupted attachment the minute they...

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My Adoption Reunion Story: Opening Pandora’s Box -- Part I

Adoption Reunions

Opening Pandora’s Box

Part I

Part II (coming soon)

Part III (coming soon)

Part IV (coming soon)

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