- Webinar "Adopting After Infertility - Are You Ready?
- 30 minute course "Preparing to Adopt"
- Interactive course for prospective adoptive parents, taught in small groups, "The Prepare Course" meets two hours per week for six weeks
- 10-hour online program "Because They Waited"
- Several individual courses on International Adoption, including one specific to adoption
- Five 2-hour online courses "Hague Package"
- Several individual online courses on a variety of adoption-related topics, including two specific to adoption from China.
- 9-hour online seminar “Preparing for the Joys and Challenges of International Adoption”
- Live, on-site "International Adoption Boot Camp" in Birmingham, AL offered 3 times a year.
- They also provide medical review and clinical evaluation services. This resource is highly recommended for families in Alabama.
- Annual statewide trainings at least twice annually.
- Free online webinars per year on a variety of adoption-related topics.
- Interactive course “The Connect Course” is for post-placement adoptive parents
- Meets in small groups two hours per week for nine weeks.
- Free video series on a variety of adoption-related topics.
Adoption Nutrition is an organization dedicated to improving child nutrition around the world, especially in orphanages. Their site addresses nutrition issues by country and provides excellent resources for families with children struggling with eating/food-related issues.
Asia for Kids provides interactive, child-friendly resources (dolls, games, language CD’s, etc.) for families adopting from Asian countries.
Attach China International offers resources and support that focus on attachment issues for families with children from China.
Care for Children International provides materials written by Dr. Frederici, one of the top specialists in the country for children who are very challenging. He is a neuropsychologist well regarded in the international medical field.
Child Trauma Academy is an organization led by Bruce Perry, a renowned specialist in trauma and attachment. It is dedicated to improving the lives of high-risk children through direct service, research and education.
Come Unity provides resources and support for parents who have children with special needs.
Families with Children from China is a support network for families who have adopted from China.
International Adoption Clinic is an organization led by Dr. Dana Johnson, one of the lead specialists in international adoption medicine. It addresses issues faced by many pre-adoptive parents.
International Adoption Education offers recommended reading and online help for adoption challenges such as attachment, child development, language, and medical concerns, as well as the stages of your adoption journey, how the Christian faith informs our decisions about adoption, and children’s books and activities.
Medical Providers and Therapists for Internationally Adopted Children provides a listing of national and state-by-state adoption service providers.
National Christian Adoption Fellowship promotes adoption and child welfare services within the United States and abroad through a committed fellowship of Christian agencies.
National Council for Adoption meets the diverse needs of children, birth parents, adoptees, adoptive families, and all those touched by adoption through global advocacy, education, research, legislative action, and collaboration.