The Coalition for Children, Youth and Families (http://www.wiadopt.org/) is an organization that receives funding from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families to provide information about adoption to prospective adoptive parents, social workers and the general public.
The Wisconsin Adoption and Permanency Support programs ( https://wisapsp.org/) provide education, support services and activities to adoptive families. There are several locations throughout the state of Wisconsin.
Adoptive Families, (www.adoptivefamilies.com)the award-winning national adoption magazine, is the leading adoption information source for families before, during, and after adoption.
Considering Adoption: (www.consideringadoption.com) an informative website, hosted by American Adoptions, that contains an abundance of information for both adoptive parents birth parents on the topic of adoption.
UMOJA (http://www.umojabhe.org/) is an organization that works to empower transracial families to raise children who will have a positive black identity and will feel comfortable in all different cultures.
Child Welfare Information Gateway(www.childwelfare.gov) is a website that contains extensive information on adoption for both adoptive parents and birth parents.
Wisconsin Family Ties (http://www.wifamilyties.org/) is a statewide, nonprofit organization run by families for families that include children and adolescents with social, emotional or behavioral challenges.
Adoption.com (http://www.adoption.com/) contains information for adoptive parents as well as birth parents regarding the adoption process.
www.ParentToolkit.com This website provides resources to help parents participate in their child’s academic success and personal growth. There are grade by grade academic benchmarks, guides to parent-teacher conferences, a health and wellness section, tips for parents and more.
USCIS (http://www.uscis.gov/) is the United States Citizen and Immigration Services website. This website provides extensive information on the regulations of international adoption.
The United States Department of State website provides information on the intercountry adoption process as well as information on various countries. Click here to find out more information.
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (www.dcf.wisconsin.gov) can provide information on adoption in the State of Wisconsin.
Resolve (www.resolve.org) is an national organization that provides information and support services relevant to infertility.
Infertility Resources (www.ihr.com/fertility) contains a wealth of well-organized information to guide you through the often daunting labyrinth of infertility — from the first steps of wondering when, and if, to seek help — to diagnosis and treatment.