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The Adoption Ring

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Founded in 1996, The Adoption Ring is the oldest & largest adoption-related webring on the Internet. Sites are selected to cover a wide array of experiences and viewpoints in human adoption. It includes sites for adoptees, foster and step-children, birth parents, foster parents, and adoptive parents. All those with educational, personal or non-profit service webpages regarding adoption and foster care are invited to submit their sites for possible inclusion. We accept no adoption agency, attorney, professional searcher, intermediary or therapist sites. Sites for individual adoption-related books are ok. All sites belonging either to potential adoptive parents, or birth mothers, may NOT have direct contact information, but must provide a contact to an agency or attorney ONLY. All existing sites will be brought into compliance.


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List of recommended adoption websites from Damsel Plum.
   Monica and Denis Adopt Preview Go
A loving Canadian couple hoping to start a family through open adoption. Come learn about us if you are considering making an adoption plan for your wonderful child.
   Jeff and Sue's Adoption Prayer Preview Go
Jeff and Sue are seeking courageous birthparent(s) to adopt a newborn to two year old child. We are working with a Michigan Adoption agency. Pregnancy counseling and medical assistance is available.

   Adoption Considerations Preview Go
Provides insight into the realities of adoption. Includes a thought-provoking fictional story about what might have happened if Mary the mother of Jesus had lost him to adoption.
   My Daughter Beth Preview Go
This site is devoted to a story of how a Mother was forced to give a child up for adoption, The reunion of the Mom and daughter, from both perspectives, and links to sites that can help in trying to locate a birth parent.

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