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Offering Children Resources

Though the practice of Offering a Child in our Unificationst culture has some unique perspectives, there are resources for the secular practice of Adoption that may offer some support and insight. Note, some adoption laws are federal laws but many are state by state.


America Adopts

americaadopts.com

At America Adopts!, we’re passionate about creating families through open adoption. As adoptive parents, we know first-hand the love and joy it can bring to all members of the triad. (Open Adoption means that the birth parents can stay in touch with the offered child. This was not always the case in the United States but it has become more popular in recent years.)


Child Welfare Information Gateway

childwelfare.gov

Each state makes its own laws in the area of adoption, according to state statute. While some federal laws do apply, practices and policies can vary widely from one state to another or even from one county to the next. To learn about laws specific to your state or jurisdiction, visit the website of the Child Welfare Information Gateway, at www.childwelfare.gov/systemwide/laws_policies/ or contact your county’s Department of Children and Youth.


American Academy of Adoption Attorneys

adoptionattorneys.org

Not every attorney is familiar with adoption. Your agency may be able to suggest someone with whom it works regularly. You can also check with the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys at 202-832-2222.


Adoption Bureau of Consular Affairs of the US Department of State

adoption.state.gov

If you have chosen intercountry adoption, you will also have more need for an attorney. You may want to read the documents found at the Intercountry Adoption Bureau of Consular Affairs of the US Department of State.


Article about adoption laws at adopt.org

adopt.org/adoption-laws


National Foster Parent Association

nfpaonline.org

The National Foster Parent Association is a non-profit, volunteer organization established in 1972 as a result of the concerns of several independent groups that felt the country needed a national organization to meet the needs of foster families in the United States.


Fertility Resources

The birth of a Blessed Child is a precious event, bringing eternal blessing to the couple. If a couple has trouble conceiving a child it is recommended that, before they choose to adopt, they check with medical specialists to see if there is a solution. Below are a few resources that might be helpful in this process.


Advances in Fertility Treatment Articles

medicalxpress.com

Have modern treatments cured infertility? Can anyone who wants to start a family do so? Not quite. So what is the truth behind these headlines? The reality is that treatments are evolving and improving. At the Yale Fertility Center, physicians and researchers use the latest evidence-based fertility treatments.


Center for Human Reproduction

centerforhumanreprod.com

CHR is known as a “fertility center of last resort,” primarily serving patients who have previously failed treatments elsewhere. Among CHR’s areas of special expertise are treatments of “older” ovaries, whether due to advanced female age or premature ovarian aging (POA), immunological problems affecting reproduction, repeated pregnancy loss, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), tubal disease, male factor infertility, etc.


Future Family

futurefamily.com

Our mission is to provide women and couples personal, affordable, world-class fertility care. We provide each client with a dedicated nurse concierge and 24/7 access to your care team. We offer packages that work for everyone, including $0-down egg freezing and IVF. We bring together outstanding doctors and cutting-edge digital health technology.

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