We hope that you will find these
resources useful in your adoption research and planning.
Adoptive Families, the award-winning
national adoption magazine, is the leading adoption information source
for families before, during, and after adoption.
There are no unwanted children,
just unfound families. The National Adoption Center expands adoption
opportunities for children throughout the United States, particularly
for children with special needs and those from minority cultures.
General site all about adoption. A
great resource if you are just starting your search.
Tax Credit Information (link to the IRS)
2010 Tax Credit of up to $12,150 for qualifying expenses paid to adopt an eligible child. Also, up to $12,150 paid or reimbursed by your employer for qualifying adoption expenses under an adoption assistance program may be excludable from your gross income. Contact your tax professional for additional information.
Department of Family and Protective Services
The mission of the Texas Department
of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) is to protect the unprotected — children,
elderly, and people with disabilities — from abuse, neglect, and
exploitation. TDFPS also manages licensing of child-placing agencies,
like Caring Adoptions
Looking for books? Use the links below to visit your favorite bookstore. When you link from our site to make your purchase, Caring Adoptions receives a donation! These donations help to offset our operating costs.
Tapestry Books: Your complete source for adoption related books since 1990. Tapestry Books offers a complete assortment of books on adoption and resources for on child raising. This site is highly recommended by our executive director.
Amazon.com offers books on adoption and any other topic you can imagine.
Caring Adoptions is a non-profit
adoption agency that strives to keep adoption costs low. By signing
up for these programs, your grocery shopping can help contribute to our
operating budget and programs.
us and request your own Kroger Share Card with the Caring Adoptions
name on it. When you check out, the cashier will scan your Kroger
Plus Card, and the Share Card. Kroger will donate funds to Caring
Good Neighbor Program
If you already have a Randall's Remarkable
Card, you are one step away from helping Caring Adoptions! Ask
for a "Good Neighbor Program Application" at the courtesy booth
at your local Randall's. Fill it out, complete with your scan card
number and including Caring Adoptions' Account number: 1963. Then
return it to the courtesy booth for processing.