Adopt America Network At Adopt America Network, we have made it our mission to find permanent, loving, adoptive homes for the children who wait.
Aid to Adoption of Special Kids This program offers foster care to children from birth to five years of age with medical needs, including HIV exposure, substance exposure, complications of prematurely, nonaccidental trauma and failure to thrive. AASK-AZ homes are licensed to provide therapeutic, respite and emergency receiving care.
Akattachment.org The Pioneer in Advocating for the Support of Reactive Attachment Disorder Children in the Last Frontier.
Attachment Disorder Support Group The mission of the Attachment Disorder Support Group is to promote the education and understanding of Reactive Attachment Disorder, special needs children and to provide support to those parents tasked with the journey of raising children with this special need.
BGcenter The Center provides specialized comprehensive bilingual (Russian/English) psychological services for preschool and school-aged children adopted.
Canada - Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents The Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents (SNAP) is committed to assisting special needs adoptive families through mutual support, information, sharing and advocacy. Based in British Columbia, Canada, we offer services to pre- and post-adoptive families, families going through adoption disruption, and to professionals and others who are interested in adoption and special needs issues.
Canadian Clinic for Adopted Children The Canadian Clinic for Adopted Children offers medical consultation services to individuals and families involved in domestic and international adoption.
Center for Family Development The Center for Family Development is Western New York's only attachment and bonding center. Our professionals have the knowledge, skills, personal experiences, and professional training to help adoptive and foster families with attachment concerns.
Special Needs Adoption: Lessons from Experience Children can't wait. The urgency of clearing hurdles and forging connections for children who need families now keeps adoption professionals firmly focused on the present. Still, as we do what must be done to help children waiting for adoption today, we can learn from the history of adoption over the last several decades.
Spence-Chapin Special Needs Adoption The mission of Spence-Chapin is to provide adoption and adoption-related services of the highest quality. The agency focuses on finding adoptive homes for infants and young children who need families, promoting the understanding of adoption through counseling and public education, and improving adoption's image and practice.
The Attachment and Bonding Center of PA We specialize in the treatment of children and adolescents with attachment disorders - children who are suffering from a seeming inability to form an attachment or bond with those who love them most.
Wednesday Child Georgia Wednesday's Child - Georgia is a partnership of the Freddie Mac Foundation, WAGA Fox 5 Atlanta and the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Office of Adoptions, formed to help find families for children in foster care with special needs who are available for adoption.