Resources

As the leader in international adoption for over 15 years, many of the 8,000 adoptions we have facilitated have been for Waiting Children. We strongly believe children with special needs are the most vulnerable and most in need of loving homes.

Over the years, we’ve added additional informational services and resources to meet our families’ needs. Whether it’s trouble you’re having finding the right doctor to review a child’s file, or needing advice on dealing with bonding and attachment issues, we have experts willing to talk to you!

Medical Referral Program

When you review a child's file, you are often under a deadline. With the Medical Referral Program, we've done the work for you; we've selected physicians so you do not have to waste precious time finding a medical expert. The Medical Referral Program is designed to give you peace of mind.

US State Department

Advance freedom for the benefit of the American people and the international community by helping to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world composed of well-governed states that respond to the needs of their people, reduce widespread poverty, and act responsibly within the international system.

Homeland Tours

Legacy Journey offers your family a once in a lifetime opportunity to re-visit your adoptive child's homeland...

Adopting.org

Helpful counseling and therapeutic services for adoption are listed at this website...

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Our organization is reaching out to nations worldwide to place children in loving homes and to give humanitarian aid globally.

US Citizenship & Immigration Services

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States.

Families with Children from China

This net resource is provided by Families with Children from China (FCC). FCC is a nondenominational organization of families who have adopted children from China. The purpose of FCC is provide a network of support for families who've adopted in China and to provide information to prospective parents.

Financial Assistance

Request our GWCA guide on adoption resources and financial assistance!

Military Adoption

There is a one-time subsidy program available for full-time military personnel. Currently, adopting couples or singles can receive up to $2,000 per child or $5,000 maximum for siblings.

NCFA's Resources for Americans Living Abroad

Founded in 1980, the National Council For Adoption (NCFA) is an adoption advocacy nonprofit that promotes a culture of adoption through education, research, and legislative action.

National Center for Adoption Law and Policy

The Adoption and Child Welfare Lawsite is uniquely designed to assist lay persons as well as adoption and child welfare professionals, lawyers and juvenile and family court judges.

Re-Adoption Laws by State

Information on the re-adoption process, reasons to readopt, and situations when re-adoption is required.

Hague Training

Prospective Adoptive Parents currently in an international adoption process through a Hague Convention country must complete 10 hours of parent education.

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The latest and best tweets on international adoption. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.

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