Child Welfare Information Gateway: This website sponsored by the U.S. Children’s Bureau provides many print and electronic publications and links to a range of resources on child welfare and adoption issues for both professionals and the public.
AdoptUSKids: Contains a range of information and resources for child welfare professionals and those seeking to adopt primarily from foster care, including a directory of state foster care and adoption information, a photolisting service to match waiting children and prospective adoptive parents, resources for recruiting families, and others.
American Academy of Adoption Attorneys: A national association of approximately 340 attorneys who practice, or have otherwise distinguished themselves, in the field of adoption law.
The Donaldson Adoption Institute is an independent and objective adoption research and policy organization that addresses the needs of those touched by adoption – first/birth parents, adopted individuals and adoptive parents. Its website contains research reports on a range of adoption topics.
North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) is committed to meeting the needs of waiting children and the families who adopt them. Their website contains a range of resources, in particular an extensive website on adoption subsidies, including state profiles, fact sheets and a national summary of state adoption assistance programs.
Adoption Learning Partners offers an array of interactive e-learning courses for professionals, prospective and current adoptive parents, adopted individuals, and other family members. They also offer live and recorded webinars by experts in the adoption field.
The Native American Children’s Alliance was formed in response to the need for tribal Child Advocacy Center development. NACA is committed to protecting Native children and eliminating children's physical, sexual, psychological and spiritual abuse by providing awareness, training, and building partnerships.
Gift of Adoption Fund mission is to inspire adoption by providing grants to qualified parents – giving children who need families a permanent home and a chance to thrive.
Tapestry Books: good resource for books and DVDs about adoption, permanency, foster care.