Websites — general adoption website— general adoption website— the National Council for Adoption website. Resources for all types of adoption for the professional, families, agencies, birthparents and media. — U.S. Department of State website on international adoption. — an informative and educational domestic and International adoption resource. — about foster care and families adopting from foster care. —TCU’s Institute of Child Development, a research institute led by Drs. Karyn Purvis and David Cross (authors of The Connected Child) that focuses on the needs of adopted and at-risk children and successful parenting techniques to
help children heal and thrive. —U.S. government website that provides information on all aspects of domestic and intercountry adoption, including adoption from foster care. — an adoption & foster resource website using Biblical principles for parenting. A leading resource for families, churches and professionals in providing deep connections with the children that God has placed in our home. — deals exclusively with transracial and transethnic adoption issues; PACT’s adoption book guide, however, is a great resource for virtually every adoption book ever published (including children's adoption books) — Texas Department of Family and Protective Services website about foster care
and adoption opportunities for children under the care of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services; this site also contains information about hundreds of Texas children who are currently waiting to be adopted — Safe Families for Children is a network of local agencies and churches that are committed to preventing child abuse and helping at-risk families successfully manage crisis situations.