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Center for Adoption Support & Services
C.A.S.E. was created in May 1998 to provide post-adoption counseling and educational services to families, educators, child welfare staff, and mental health providers in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C. In addition, C.A.S.E. is a national resource for families and professionals through its training, publications, and consultations.

National Adoption Foundation
The National Adoption Foundation was established in 1994 by adoptive parents who understand the unmet needs adoptive families have for financial support and advocacy. Everything the Foundation does is driven by a clear understanding of the challenges faced by families in the adoption process and beyond. The National Adoption Foundation is the only national resource dedicated exclusively to providing financial support, information and services directly to adoptive families.

Heart Gallery of America
The Heart Gallery is a traveling photographic and audio exhibit created to find forever families for children in foster care.The Heart Gallery of America is a collaborative project of over 120 Heart Galleries across the United States (and growing) designed to increase the number of adoptive families for children needing homes in our community.

Families Like Ours
Families Like Ours, Inc (FLO) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Adoption Exchange, helping pre & post adoptive families, GLBT and non GLBT alike since October 2000 through our network of adoption resources, support, education and advocacy.

Founded in 1974 by adoptive parents, the North American Council on Adoptable Children is committed to meeting the needs of waiting children and the families who adopt them.

Gift of Adoption
The Gift of Adoption is the look of hope, the sweet smile, the small hand holding mine, the tentative steps that turn into trust, the comfort that comes from knowing one belongs. Pulled from the streets of an African city, our girls are survivors. The gift of adoption has given them a future. It’s given them security.

Adopt America Network
A nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity, Adopt America Network (AAN) is committed to improving the lives of adoptable children throughout the United States who are in the foster care system by placing them with permanent, loving families. AAN uses a national network of public agencies, private agencies and volunteer adoption specialists.

The mission of AdoptUSKids is two-fold: to raise public awareness about the need for foster and adoptive families for children in the public child welfare system; and to assist U.S. States, Territories and Tribes to recruit and retain foster and adoptive families and connect them with children.

Institute for Black Families
The Institute for Black Parenting (IBP) is the first licensed private, full-service Adoption, Foster Care and Family Preservation Agency that has served the African American community in four Southern California counties, Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside since 1988.

WACAP (World Association for Children and Parents) is one of the largest and most experienced international nonprofit adoption and child assistance agencies in the United States. Take a look around our site. Get to know us. Find out how you can help. We think you will like what you see.

Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange
MARE exists to find "a permanent place to call HOME" for CHILDREN in foster care, including sibling groups and children who are traditionally harder to place.

We do this by recruiting, educating, supporting and advocating for FAMILIES throughout the adoption process.

Dave Thomas Foundation
The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption is committed to excellence in all of its efforts. In 2002, the Foundation adopted core organizational values that drive every decision made on behalf of children.





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