Organizations & Websites
American Adoption Congress (AAC)
This is an umbrella organization for all adoption professionals and organizations. A newsletter comes with membership and there are annual conferences held around the United States that both provide support and promote adoption reform and education.
American Association of Open Adoption Agencies
This website has a lot of valuable information for women considering adoption.
Center for Adoption Support And Education, Inc. (C.A.S.E.)
This is a non-profit organization offering support and education services for adoptees and their families. Peer-group counseling programs are available or children between the ages of 6 to 18 years. Teen programs provide opportunities for children to share thoughts and feelings about being adopted and to develop strategies for handling some of the common challenges of growing up in adoptive families.
W.I.S.E. UP! and S.A.F.E. At School
Valuable publications that helps to empower and teach children how to field adoption questions from peers when they are at school and away from the help of their parents.
Concerned United Birthparents (CUB)
An organization designed and facilitated by birthmothers but also welcomes adoptees. Monthly support groups are held in various locations and states. Members receive the CUB Communicator Newsletter. CUB offers members a yearly retreat in October. For a listing of monthly support group meetings call, 800-822-2777 or Email: email@example.com.
An online community of adoptees giving voice to their experiences, the good, the bad and everything in between.
A podcast where adoptees discuss the adoption experience. Email: Adopteespodcast@gmail.com