Reviewed Adoption Information Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 6)Adoption.com
The central location for adoption on the Web. Displays a featured 'Child of the Day', as well as a complete photolisting of children in need of adoptive parents. Among its other attractive features are various bulletin boards, scheduled chats,and a classified section. We also commend the site for its unique graphics photo displays. A star find! Adopting from Korea
This site was created by an adoptive parent to help guide others through the adoption process, especially those who are considering Korean and other international adoption. This simple and personable Web page leads you from making the decision to adopt to dealing with adoptive 'post-partum' depression (yes, it does exist). This is a great place to go to take some of the confusion out of adoption.RainbowKids.com
An online, international adoption site offering a number of articles about intercountry adoption and a bulletin board for subscribed members to exchange information and support. The site also includes waiting children bios that can be viewed with free registration.Bastard Nation: The Adoptee Rights Organization
Bastard Nation advocates for the civil and human rights of adult citizens who were adopted as children. The site includes legislation updates, search and reunion support, open records activism, blog posts, a detailed listing of reading and video resources, and ways to get involved.Adopting.com
Everything you need to know to help you choose the path to adopting that's right for you. This site contains information to help parents in the adoption process. Included are listings of adoption agencies/facilitators, letters to birthparents, an events calendar, and related resources. A great place to learn the basics about adopting.