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Member Resource Organizations

In 2018, NCFA expanded our membership to include resource organizations who provide services to children and adoptive families, but are not child-placing organizations. Our current member resource organizations are listed below by service category. To apply for membership with NCFA as a Resource Organization, please email Amy Wolfe, awolfe@adoptioncouncil.org.

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For more adoption related resources, please visit our Resources page.

Academy of Adoption & Assisted Reproduction Attorneys

adoptionart.org

The Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys is a national organization dedicated to the competent and ethical practice of adoption and assisted reproduction law, and advocates for the improvement of adoption laws and practices. AAAA plays a leading role in the development of laws, policies, and practices designed to benefit the lives of all members of the adoption triad and in the advancement of a better understanding of the meaning and importance of adoption for society in general.

A Child Waits Foundation

www.achildwaits.org

A Child Waits Foundation's International Adoption Grant and Low-Interest Loan Programs are designed to help children who are living in international orphanages or international foster care, to become part of a family. Our programs are dedicated to helping families of moderate income complete their adoption and bring their children home by providing a grant and/or loan during the final stage of the adoption.

Adoptive Parents Committee

www.adoptiveparents.org

The adoptive parents committee is a non-profit parent support group. We provide education information and support to couples and singles who have adopted and for those seeking information about adoption. We do not advocate for any particular type of adoption, attorney or agency, but provide the information our organization has through its membership. We have monthly support and education meetings in four locations in the NY/NJ tristate area. We have a monthly newsletter and an annual educational conference that draws over 500 attendees each year. Our mission is that EVERY CHILD deserves a permanent loving home.

America’s Christian Credit Union

www.americaschristiancu.com

We believe that every child deserves a forever family. Since 2009, nearly 2,000 children have found their forever family through the Adoption Loan Program from America's Christian Credit Union. We are passionate about supporting the work of organizations that are helping 143 million orphans worldwide.

Adopting one of God's children into a good home is one of the greatest callings. Many families are eager to adopt, but the costs stand in the way. America's Christian CU can help. Our mission is "To Reach, Serve and Teach," and we can't imagine a greater way to live that mission than to extend the Christian family. We've designed an affordable solution for families wanting to adopt.

As NCFA's "Partner for Adoption," ACCU created an 30-minute video for NCFA's community exploring financial options for prospective adoptive parents. Click here to view "Removing the Financial Barriers to Adoption."

Be The One

www.betheone1.org

Be The One's mission is to see the world's orphans adopted into loving, Christian families. We encourage adoption through advocacy, education and financial grants. We serve those pursuing adoption who reside in the states of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. Be The One gives our $500.00 grants to adoptive families that qualify and are selected by the board.

Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.)

adoptionsupport.org

C.A.S.E.'s mission: Improving the lives of children who have been adopted or in foster care and their families through counseling, lifelong education, and a growing national network of trained professionals. Since 1998, C.A.S.E. has been providing guidance and life-long pre- and post-adoption support for adoptive, kinship and foster families through counseling, workshops, support groups, events and educational resources.

C.A.S.E.’s highly skilled mental health therapists and psychiatrists serve individuals and families experiencing trauma, loss and grief, attachment, behavioral issues, abuse and neglect. Families can connect with their C.A.S.E. mental health provider through our secure tele-mental health service or in person from our seven locations in Maryland, Virginia and New York. C.A.S.E. also offers multiple training programs for parents and professionals nationwide to support adoption competency and expand access to highly skilled professionals for families across the country.

Creating a Family

creatingafamily.org

Creating a Family's mission is to strengthen and inspire adoptive and foster parents and the professionals who support them. We provide online and in-person training for pre and post adoptive families and for in-service training for foster families. We have accredited CE online courses for social workers. We have Support Group Toolkits to help parent support groups thrive.

eAdopt

eadopt.com

eAdopt's Adoption Management Software allows agencies to present their prospective parents with tasks as they arise in the form of an easy-to-use checklist. All documents are in one place, and prospective parents can monitor their status at all times, helping them to feel connected to the often confusing process. Agencies can share country- and region-specific requirements and documents, and parents can use this portal to see what has been received by their agency and what still needs to be completed. Agencies can also use this portal to share information on referrals with prospective parents.

Gift of Adoption Fund

www.giftofadoption.org

Gift of Adoption provides grants to complete the adoptions of vulnerable children - giving them permanent families and a chance to thrive.

Gift of Adoption is the largest provider of adoption assistance grants awarded without regard to race, religion, age, marital status, or sexual orientation. Grants of up to $15,000 are awarded monthly to qualified applicants to remove prohibitive financial barriers and make possible the adoptions of some of the most vulnerable children in the U.S. and around the world.

JCFS Chicago

www.jcfs.org

The services and programs of JCFS Chicago are as diverse as the people who benefit from them. Our programs include: care for abused and neglected youth; therapy for children and adults; support for people with disabilities and their families; respite care; special education; general counseling and more. From inclusive summer camps for children with disabilities, to grief counseling for adults, to support for families adopting children, there are countless ways that JCFS Chicago can help families.

JCFS Chicago Adoption & Infertility Services include:
• Information, Support and Resources for prospective adoptive parents, adoptive families throughout the lifespan and individuals and couples struggling with infertility
• Support Groups and Family Programs
• Community Education
• Professional Training and Consultation
• Assistance with Post-Adoption Requests

RainbowKids.com

www.rainbowkids.com

RainbowKids.com has worked with ASPs since 1996 to help educate families about intercountry adoption, common special needs, and to introduce prospective families to the children who are currently waiting.

Your Adoption Finance Coach

www.youradoptionfinancecoach.com

Your Adoption Finance Coach provides financial coaching and resources to adoption professionals, corporations, and prospective adoptive families. We do this by providing an online library, resources on topics that include loans, grants, fundraising and the adoption tax credit and more.

 

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