Extensive commercial site with links to adoption-related Web sites, listserves, photolistings and resources
Adopt: Information and Assistance
Large general compendium listing of adoption-related Web sites, listserves, photolistings, resources
Bimonthly magazine, Web site and on-line newsletter offering in-depth adoption information and resources from adoption professionals and adoptive parents for families before, during and after adoption.
ARIA: Association for Research in International Adoption
Disseminates findings of research to the international adoption community, also contains links regarding issues that may impact internationally adopted children.
Extensive adoption parenting support Web site that lists adoption-related articles, professional resources, shops and services.
Joint Council on International Children's Services (JCICS)
Oldest and largest member association of licensed, non-profit international adoption agencies, parent groups, medical clinics and advocacy groups in the world.
A compilation of Internet cultural heritage links that offer customs, traditions, celebrations and holidays from around the world. The "virtual culture camp" is designed to help teach internationally adopted children about their native countries.
Institute for Adoption Information
A non-profit organization of adoptees, birth parents, adoptive parents, adoption professionals and others who have united to enhance the understanding of adoption and to advocate for balanced, accurate coverage of adoption in news and entertainment media.
National Adoption Information Clearinghouse
Comprehensive information on domestic and intercountry adoption offered as a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its mission is to connect professionals and concerned citizens to practical, timely and essential information on programs, research, legislation and statistics to promote the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families.
North American Council of Adoptable Children
Extensive Web site resource on adoption, foster care and the council's advocacy, education, adoption support, and leadership development efforts in the United States and Canada.
U.S. State Dept. Office of Children's Issues
Official site provides both information and guidance to United States citizens seeking information about international adoptions.