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Adoption Tax Credit
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Adoption Grants / Loanswww.adoptiongrants.com www.adoption.org/adopt/adoption-grants.php www.shaohannahshope.org www.lifetimefoundation.org www.giftofadoption.org www.lifesongfororphans.org/adoption-funding - Interest free adoption loans for Christian families Kids for Kyla www.kidsforkyla.com - click on Adoption Grant Application on the right side Adoption Grant Resource Guide www.resources4adoption.com
www.theadoptionguide.com http://www.adoptioninstitute.org/index.php - Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute www.nbcdi.org – National Child Black Development Institute
Parker Adventist hospital Family to Family Adoption Support Program Home Page Adoption Perspectives Radio Show 4-16-11 with Paula Freeman Adoption Perspectives Radio Show with Beth Woods 3-5-11 Parker Adventis Hospital Adoptive Care Classes
Spiritual SupportInfertility Support Group – Hannah’s Hope, Veritas Counseling, LLL, 3615 Tamarac Drive, Suite 310, Denver, CO
http://ncadi.samhsa.gov/ – National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
www.hopefulplace.com - Hope for Orphans with Special Needs http://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/adoption
Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Reactive Attachment Disorder
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Other Good Information
www.ldonline.com – The interactive guide to learning disabilities
www.tnpc.com – The National Parenting Center
www.heritagecamps.org – Colorado Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families
www.adoptionlearningpartners.org – An online adoption education community www.AdoptionNutrition.org – A comprehensive and cost-free nutrition and feeding resource for adoptive and foster families
Language Development in Internationally adopted children
International Growth Charts
Travel Preparation and Recommended Immunizations
www.perspectivespress.com – Perspectives Press: The Infertility and Adoption Publisher
www.adoption-works.com – Adoption Life Books
Finding therapists in Colorado with adoption experience.
COPARC Therapist Database
The Colorado Post-Adoption Resource Center (COPARC) has a database of licensed therapists in Colorado with adoption experience. The therapists on the COPARC list have registered with the Colorado Post-Adoption Resource Center, furnished copies of their licensure, disclosure statements, and professional insurance, as well as completed an application. The Colorado Post-Adoption Resource Center of The Adoption Exchange does not recommend any particular therapist. The purpose of the therapist database is to make you aware of those therapists in Colorado who state that they have special training to work with adoptive families and who have completed an application. It is still important for you as adoptive parents to check out any professional you choose.
To access the therapist database go to the Adoption Exchange website. You can enter your preferred county, licensure, and speciality. After you click on “search,” you will be provided with a list of therapists meeting those requirements.