On the Director’s Blog
In general, the fight for Adoptee Rights in New York, and in many states around the country, centers on legislation to restore adult access to their original birth […]
Children and adults prenatally exposed to alcohol show disabilities in social and adaptive function that persists throughout their life. This New York City Conference Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders held on […]
500 Postcards to the Governor A5036B, the “bad” adoptee rights bill, was passed by the state Assembly and Senate in June, but has still not been sent to Governor Cuomo for […]
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GMA’s segment of a live adoption reunion prompts a letter to the Senior Executive Producer.
The Coalition’s Executive Director proposes five ways that we can better support New York’s foster parents.
What can we, as foster parents, relatives, adoptive parents and professionals do?
As people who care about children in care, as allies and as foster parents ourselves, we have to speak up each time one of these stereotypes about us gets thrown about.