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Adoptive Families Magazine An award-winning national adoption magazine, is the leading adoption information source for families before, during, and after adoption Adoption.org Neighborhood An interactive site that requires the Flash plug in
Adopted Teens: How Are They Doing Experts disagree about the relative importance of the role of parents, the "climate" of the family, and the natural temperament of the teenager as contributors to adolescent problems. There are two points on which they agree, however: Being adopted is an undeniable part of a teen's history and should not be ignored; Adopted adolescents can successfully confront and resolve their special developmental issues National Adoption Information Clearinghouse A national resource for information on all aspects of adoption for professionals, policy makers, and the general public. Clearinghouse services include technical assistance to professionals and policy makers, a library collection, publications, databases on adoption resources, and information on Federal and State legislation
TALKadoption the UK's only freephone national helpline for young people with a connection to adoption - you can contact us on either 0808 808 1234 or helpline@talkadoption.org.uk The Multiracial Activist A libertarian oriented activist journal covering social and civil liberties issues of interest to to individuals who perceive themselves to be "biracial" or "multiracial," "interracial" couples/families and "transracial" adoptees
Adoptive Families Association of BC Provides province-wide support and advice to people who are beginning to think about adoption, people who have decided to adopt, and those who have already had a child or children join their family Connect For Kids Articles on adoption and foster care
Parenting an Adopted Adolescent A discussion of the issues adopted teens often struggle with Adolescent Adopted Persons Summary and discussion of several research studies on adolescents who have been adopted


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