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American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC)

www.nacac.org

Provides information on a wide array of adoption issues, how to start a parent support group, trans-racial/trans-cultural parenting, answers to adoptive parents’ frequently asked questions and articles on parenting adopted children

Adoption Learning Partners (ALP)

www.adoptionlearningpartners.org

The Adoption Learning Partners (ALP) offer meaningful, timely, web-based educational adoption resources for professionals, parents, adopted individuals, and the families that love them.

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

www.aap.org

The AAP advocates for access to health care for all children, adolescents and young adults. The AAP believes that each child should have a “medical home”—a model of health care where care is accessible, family-centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate and culturally effective.

The AAP works with government, communities and other national organizations to shape many child health and safety issues.

Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.)

www.adoptionsupport.org

​The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) strengthens the well-being of foster and adoptive families, promotes adoption awareness, enhances adoption sensitivity, and develops the skills for professionals and families to empower children to thrive.

The National Adoption Center

www.adoption.org

The National Adoption Center expands adoption opportunities for children living in foster care throughout the United States and is a resource to families and agencies that seek the permanency of caring homes for children.

Reactive Attachment Disorder

www.radkids.org

RadKid.Org seeks to serve as a resource and source of mutual support for parents or others who are parenting children with reactive attachment disorder.

The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association

www.add.org

The National Adoption Center expands adoption opportunities for children living in foster care throughout the United States and is a resource to families and agencies that seek the permanency of caring homes for children.

The Bipolar Child

www.bipolarchild.com

The Bipolar Child is an award-winning book rich with the voices of parents, siblings, and the children themselves, opening up the long-closed world of the families struggling with this condition. Proven to be an invaluable resource for parents whose children suffer from mood disorders, as well as for the professionals who treat and educate them.

Conduct Disorders

www.conductdisorders.com

The ConductDisorders.com community is quite diverse in member location and demographics, what we all have in common is a commitment to do our best to help our difficult to parent children. We invite you to join us, read our conversations and participate when you are ready. You are not alone.

FAS Family Resource Institute

www.fetalalcoholsyndrome.org

The mission of the FAS Family Resource Institute, a non-profit organization, is to identify, understand and care for individuals disabled by prenatal alcohol exposure and their families, and to prevent future generations from having to live with this disability.

Adoption Books

www.adoptionbooks.com

AdoptionBooks.com is part of the Adoptions.com family of websites which include: AdoptionProfessionals.com, (searchable directory of Adoption Agencies, Adoption Attorneys, Social Workers and others who provide Domestic Adoption, International Adoption, Birthparent and Homestudy services.) AdoptionOnline.com the Internets FIRST website to successfully help pregnant women considering adoption find prospective adoptive families to adopt their baby. AdoptionEvents.com (A FREE online calendar where adoption related groups can post their meetings, seminars and classes).