Thinking about adopting a child can be overwhelming!
Here is a list of websites and free resources to begin reading and researching on child adoption.
Review Building Your Family: published yearly, Donor, Surrogacy, and Adoption Guide for the current year. This guide is essential for up-to-date information on programs and possibilities:
Find an adoption attorney. Use the checklist of questions here: http://www.theadoptionguide.com/process/finding-an-adoptionattorney
Adoptive Families – the premier magazine for adoptive families:
Provides loans for adoption:
Resources and some grant assistance:
Information and grant assistance for agencies:
Features foster children from across the nation who are available for adoption.
This is the agency I used to adopt my last two children and I can unhesitatingly recommend them:
Provides information on adoptions in America:
National American Council on Adoptable Children – information on taxes and subsidies.
National Resource Center for Special Needs Adoption
Tons of getting started information
This site constantly updates international adoption information and can provide the very latest information about what programs are available and what agencies to contact regarding child adoption
You can read about our adoption journey in my book, Should You Adopt.
The blessing of adoption starts with a dream, learning all you can, then taking action. God bless you in your journey.