Building your family through adoption can mean a lot of questions and the resources on this page may help you find the answers you and your family need. We hope the information here will help you, support you, and encourage you – no matter what is happening in your family. As always, please contact us if you have further questions or would like additional information about adoption.
- Adoption Attorneys for the State of Wisconsin (PDF) as recognized by the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. For more information about the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, or for listings in another state, please contact the Academy at (202) 832-2222.
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- Lending Library
The Coalition for Children, Youth & Families has one of the largest collections of books, tapes, and DVDs on adoption and foster care-related issues in the Midwest.
- Adoption Agencies Licensed by the State of Wisconsin (PDF)
The agencies listed offer different programs and services and are located in different areas of the state. Last updated June 2016.
You may also want to refer to our tip sheet, How Do I Choose an Adoption Agency?, for more information and resources.
- Partners Newsletter
We publish the Partners newsletter three times a year. Each issue focuses on a specific theme or topic related to foster care and/or adoption, and includes articles, resources, success stories and more for readers. Partners can be downloaded and printed for easy sharing. If you would like to be notified via email when a new issue has been published, please join our Partners Newsletter mailing list.
- Tip Sheets
Tip sheets are short informational resources on a variety of topics related to adoption, post-adoption, foster care, and caring for children and youth in general. Most tip sheets are three-four pages in length and include links to additional resources and information.
- Useful Websites
The world of adoption is vast and there are a lot of websites and links out there. Our team at the Coalition for Children, Youth & Families has found the following websites to be useful resources for additional information and support for both you and your family.