Adult Adoptee and Former Foster Youth Support
CCI is an organization created by and for Chinese adoptees with the goal to empower Chinese adoptees from all over the world by providing an inclusive and supportive community for all of us who share this common beginning.
FCC is a nonprofit organization supporting Chinese adoptees and their families and friends.
The mission of Also-Known-As is to empower the voice of adult international adoptees, build cultural bridges, transform perceptions of race, and acknowledge the loss of the birth country, culture, language and biological family experienced by international adoptees
The New York Adoptee Rights Coalition is a New York-based advocacy group working to restore the right of adult adoptees to obtain their original birth certificates without condition or restriction.
Lost Daughters is an independent collaborative writing project founded in 2011. It is edited and authored exclusively by adult women who were adopted as children.
Adoptees United is led by adoptees in the United States. AU is committed to the interests of all adoptees, whether domestic, intercountry, transracial, or former foster youth.
Gregory D. Luce is a lawyer who works exclusively for adult adoptees helping them navigate the legal challenges in obtaining original birth certificates, citizenship, and other identifying information to which they are entitled.
Bastard Nation advocates for the civil and human rights of adult citizens who were adopted as children.
At Adoptees Connect, we focus on putting adoptee voices first by creating a safe and valuable adoptee-centric space,created by and for adoptees, where their voices can meet and be heard.
This forum is based on the ideal that adoptees need a place of their own: to support one another and to learn from one another without having to balance our feelings against other members of the triad. That can be done elsewhere, but here, adoptees are at the center. There is no triad here.
The Adopted Life Episodes feature 1-on-1 conversations between Angela and transracially adopted teens. They discuss race, culture and birth parent relationships. This series elevates and normalizes the adoptee voice.
Through a personal lens of adoption and foster care, transracially-adopted person, April Dinwoodie, will candidly explore the complexity of our closest, most powerful relationships with our families and our selves.
InterCountry Adoptee Voices (ICAV), previously known as ICASN (InterCountry Adoptee Support Network) began in 1998 as a support network created by intercountry adoptees for intercountry adoptees, of any country of origin.
Dear Adoption, is a platform which shares a vast array of experiences as lived by those most affected by adoption: adoptees. DA, exists to elevate adoptee voices and shift the narrative surrounding adoption to better educate society.
The Adoptee Right Campaign (ARC) is a diverse group of intercountry adoptees and national allies committed to promoting equal citizenship benefits for all foreign-born American adoptees. ARC’s advocates for all intercountry adoptees regardless of current age, adoption classification, or immigration status.
Adoptees On is a community filled with resilient and passionate adult adoptees. The conversations shared on the Adoptees On podcast are insightful, informative, and validating