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Adoption

There are many mental health resources on the world wide web, most of which consist of broken links and outdated information. For current information use the following one-click targeted resources:

The Human Nature Daily Review
Books on adoption [Amazon US] or [Amazon UK]
Medical research on adoption [Search PubMed]
Scientific papers, articles, and reviews on adoption [Search SciBase]
Other WWW resources on adoption [Search]

Adoptees Internet Mailing List

Excellent site having the motto: "I need no protection from my biological origins. I am not a child, nor am I unable to determine what is best for me. What I need is the Truth, and the power to control my own life. What I need is the ability to free myself from the shame, secrecy, and lies of adoption." Take a look.
http://www.webreflection.com/aiml/

Adoption FAQ

A resource concentrating on Usenet newsgroups.
http://www.webcom.com/~kmc/adoption/faqs.html

Adoption Interlink UK

"Adoption InterLink UK is presented for anyone who has an interest in and who is looking for information and contacts about the multi-faceted experiences and needs that are part of the Adoption Circle. Although the pages are for Married Couples and Single People, with or without children, who are considering Adoption as a mean of starting or extending their family, they are also for all those Members of the Adoptive Circle - Adoptees, Adopters, Birth Parents and Professionals, as well as anyone who is interested in Adoption. "
http://box.argonet.co.uk/users/adopt/index.html

The Adoption Network

Internet and other resources for adoption information, including government and private adoption agencies.
http://www.adoption.org/

American Association of Open Adoption Agencies

The purpose of these AAOAA pages is to give you the best information possible about adoption, and to help you connect with AAOAA member agencies in your area. If there is not a member agency in your area, we hope these pages will give you the information you need to find an agency providing this same quality of infant and older child adoption services. " Simple but clear pages.
http://www.openadoption.org/

The Forget Me Not Family Society (Canada)

The Forget Me Not Family Society commits to creating a climate of openness, understanding and respect for all members of the adoption circle, through education, support, empowerment, and advocacy for progressive changes in attitudes and legislation.
http://www.portal.ca/~adoption/

Voices of Adoption

"Since 1994, this website has served the adoption community by providing a forum for the triad to reach out to each other. This site is not an instructional site on the particulars of searching, since others do it better than I can. It is a site that offers hope and the idea that there should be no shame in adoption. This site holds that the truth of one's own dual heritage is powerful and valid, even if it turns out to be negative."
http://www.best.com./~savage/adoption.shtml

 


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Adoption

There are many mental health resources on the world wide web, most of which consist of broken links and outdated information. For current information use the following one-click targeted resources:

The Human Nature Daily Review
Books on adoption [Amazon US] or [Amazon UK]
Medical research on adoption [Search PubMed]
Scientific papers, articles, and reviews on adoption [Search SciBase]
Other WWW resources on adoption [Search]

Adoptees Internet Mailing List

Excellent site having the motto: "I need no protection from my biological origins. I am not a child, nor am I unable to determine what is best for me. What I need is the Truth, and the power to control my own life. What I need is the ability to free myself from the shame, secrecy, and lies of adoption." Take a look.
http://www.webreflection.com/aiml/

Adoption FAQ

A resource concentrating on Usenet newsgroups.
http://www.webcom.com/~kmc/adoption/faqs.html

Adoption Interlink UK

"Adoption InterLink UK is presented for anyone who has an interest in and who is looking for information and contacts about the multi-faceted experiences and needs that are part of the Adoption Circle. Although the pages are for Married Couples and Single People, with or without children, who are considering Adoption as a mean of starting or extending their family, they are also for all those Members of the Adoptive Circle - Adoptees, Adopters, Birth Parents and Professionals, as well as anyone who is interested in Adoption. "
http://box.argonet.co.uk/users/adopt/index.html

The Adoption Network

Internet and other resources for adoption information, including government and private adoption agencies.
http://www.adoption.org/

American Association of Open Adoption Agencies

The purpose of these AAOAA pages is to give you the best information possible about adoption, and to help you connect with AAOAA member agencies in your area. If there is not a member agency in your area, we hope these pages will give you the information you need to find an agency providing this same quality of infant and older child adoption services. " Simple but clear pages.
http://www.openadoption.org/

The Forget Me Not Family Society (Canada)

The Forget Me Not Family Society commits to creating a climate of openness, understanding and respect for all members of the adoption circle, through education, support, empowerment, and advocacy for progressive changes in attitudes and legislation.
http://www.portal.ca/~adoption/

Voices of Adoption

"Since 1994, this website has served the adoption community by providing a forum for the triad to reach out to each other. This site is not an instructional site on the particulars of searching, since others do it better than I can. It is a site that offers hope and the idea that there should be no shame in adoption. This site holds that the truth of one's own dual heritage is powerful and valid, even if it turns out to be negative."
http://www.best.com./~savage/adoption.shtml

 


human-nature.com
Ian Pitchford and Robert M. Young - Last updated: 28 May, 2005 02:29 PM

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