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Adoption Resources of Wisconsin

http://www.wiadopt.com/

Adoption Resources of Wisconsin serves as an umbrella over adoption and foster care in Wisconsin, offering information, training and support to families and professionals.

Adopting.com
http://www.adopting.com

 

Resources for prospective adoptive parents: How to get started, links to agencies, facilitators and attorneys, letters from birthparents, support groups and legal information. Also includes a photo listing of waiting children.

To contact us:

Phone: (920) 435-2626

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Wisconsin Adoption and Foster Care Information Center
www.wiadoptioninfocenter.org


Find information about adoption for adolescents and adults experiencing unplanned pregnancies, birth parents, prospective adoptive parents, social workers and the general public. This site offers comprehensive information regarding all aspects of adoption.

Adoptive Families Magazine

http://www.adoptivefamilies.com/

Award-winning magazine covering all aspects of adoption from how to get started on the road to adoption to parenting advice from professionals and adoptive parents alike.

Multicultural Kids, Inc.

www.multiculturalkids.com

 

A wonderful site with books, videos, dolls, gift items, etc. reflecting many different ethnic backgrounds.

Post Adoption Resource Center

https://www.familyservicesnew.org/parc/

 

(920) 436-4360 ext. 1264 (Green Bay)

Family Services manages the Post-Adoption Resource Center (PARC) for a 17-county area in northeast Wisconsin. PARC was developed to provide support, education/resources, and information/referral services to individuals and families whose lives have been impacted by adoption. Birth parents, adoptees, adoptive parents, and adoption professionals are all welcome to access PARC services.

Adoption Today Magazine

http://www.adoptinfo.net/

 

Online magazine dedicated to international and transracial adoption.

NOTE: This information is provided for your information only.  OURS is not endorsing these resources.

Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
http://dcf.wisconsin.gov/children

 

Find general adoption information, also agency, independent and international adoptions, licensed adoption agencies, post-adoption services.