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

8 Healthy Ways to Implement Your Child’s Birth Culture

When you bring a non-biological child into your home, his or her culture and differing heritage accompany them. It’s part of who they are, and a very important part of their makeup. This isn’t exclusively with international adoptions either. It happens within domestic...

Resources for Parents of Transracial Adoptions

Adoption is a marvelous way to connect children to a forever home and for you to start your dream family. Transracial adoption provides the same results, with some added cultural trivia that are worth learning about. If you want to learn more about the benefits of...

Culture and the Adopted Child

Adoptive parents often worry about how adoption will impact their child. How he or she will adjust, what questions they will ask about their birth heritage, and if they will be happy. These are all-natural thoughts and healthy ones to have. Being aware of your child’s...

Understand Interracial Adoption

The definition of family is constantly changing in order to adapt to the ever-evolving ideas of what a family looks like. There are no structures or characteristics that a family should follow except for one requirement — love. Turning towards adoption to start your...

What to Give to Someone Who’s Giving: Birth Mother Gift Ideas

Carrying a child is no small feat. Giving birth to a new life is something extraordinary. When a prospective birth mother chooses you to take care of the child for the rest of its life, it is a priceless gift. Often times, adoptive parents will still choose to repay...

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