1.National Adoption Information Clearinghouse
(www.calib.com/naic) Summaries of state by state law, databases of agencies, support groups, excellent information for those starting out.
2.Adoptive Families Magazine
(www.adoptivefamiliesmagazine.com) Award-winning national magazine for pre and post adoptive families.
3.North American Council on Adoptable Children
(www.nacac.org) Parent support group and subsidy information.
4.National Adoption Center
(www.adopt.org) National photo listing of waiting children; information and resources.
5.Joint Council on International Children’s Services
(www.jcics.org) Intercountry adoption agencies promoting ethical practice and child welfare services.
6.U.S. State Department
(http://travel.state.gov/content/adoptionsabroad/en.html) Exclusively to intercountry adoption. Access to notices and updates posted by U.S. government regarding adoption status in various countries.
(www.adoption.org) offers general adoption information.
(www.adoption.com) Resource for people considering adoption.
9.The International Adoption Page (Department of Homeland Security)
(www.transracialadoption.com) General information on transracial adoption.
11.Pact: An Adoption Alliance
(www.pactadopt.org) Valuable articles & links on race & adoption.
(www.adoptinbooks.com) Provides a list of categories that touch all aspects of adoption.
www.perspectivepress.com) Articles and recommended books
(www.tapestrybooks.com) Excellent adoption book catalogue
(www.adoptionshop.com) An excellent resource for adoption books, music, videos, gifts
16.Ethica: A Voice for Ethical Adoption
(www.ethicanet.org) Ethica is an independent, nonprofit cooperation that seeks to be and impartial voice for ethical adoption practices worldwide, and provides education, assistance and advocacy to the adoption community.
(www.adopting.org) Features fact sheets and links covering open adoption, international adoption, crisis pregnancy and surrogacy.
18.Adopt Us Kids
(www.adoptuskids.org) A national photo listing service for children awaiting adoption across the United States.