At NACAC, we believe some of the best support an adoptive, foster, or kinship care parent can receive is from another parent. We provide support and resources to parent and youth group leaders and share information with adoptive, foster, and kinship families about groups in their communities.

As part of our work, we maintain a database with many adoption-related support groups from across the US and Canada. You can search the database by state or province to find resources in your community. To search by state or province, please type the state, province, or territory name in the search box below (just above the letters of the alphabet).

Please note that some groups serve a region or even state while others serve a smaller community.

Want to add a parent group that is not in the database below — or make a correction? Please use this form and we will make the change.

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Work Columbus Ohio 43215 USA Website: Website: Facebook Group
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Old Mill Counseling

Contact: Linda Rehovsky
Work Grand Island Nebraska 68801-6556 USA
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Home Southfield MI Primary Phone: 248-530-5381 Website:
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Otsego Adopt, Inc.

Contact: Jonathan Miller
Work Springfield Center New York 13468-0323 USA
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Our Children

Contact: Nancy Blount
Work Maple Glen Pennsylvania 19002-3028 USA
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Work Davenport Iowa 52803-1708 USA

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The North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) supports, educates, inspires, and advocates so adoptive families thrive and every child in foster care has a permanent, safe, loving family.


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