What This Adoption Directory Can Do for You

Are you hoping to adopt but need an adoption agency or attorney? Are you pregnant and want to research your options? Are you an adoptee interested in finding your birth parents? Look no further than the Adoption Directory at Adoption.com. Designed for all members of the adoption triad, as well as hopeful parents and expectant parents, the directory makes finding great services and resources simple.

When you visit the site, you’ll discover an easy-to-use drop-down menu as well as a map of the United States. Simply choose the service you’re interested in, select your state, and hit the Search button. The site will return a list of providers in your area. When you click on a listing, you’ll be able to read more, including a description of the provider and the types of services they offer, as well as their website and contact information. You can also read recommendations from others and even write one yourself once you have used the provider or service.

Potential adoptive parents will be able to find great adoption agencies, attorneys, and other services. Expectant parents can locate professionals who offer counseling, support, and even temporary housing. Adoptees and birth parents can locate private investigators as well as services that specialize in search and reunion. There are so many options available to help take the stress out of all-things adoption.

Here is a look at what you’ll find at the site: 

  • Adoption Agencies
  • Adoption Attorneys
  • Adoption Consultants
  • Adoption Facilitators
  • African American Adoption
  • Birth Mother Housing
  • Christian Adoption
  • Consulate & Embassy
  • Counselors & Therapists
  • Culture Camp
  • Education & Training
  • Embryo Adoption
  • Exchange & Photolisting
  • Foster Care Adoption
  • Home Study
  • International Adoption
  • Interstate Adoption Administrator
  • Private Investigator
  • Public Agency
  • Search and Reunion
  • State Adoption Specialist
  • Stepparent Adoption
  • Support for Adoptees & Birth Parents
  • Support for Adoptive Parents

To get started, visit adoption.com/directory. And for more great resources, articles and information, check out the rest of the adoption.com site. Best of luck to you!