• Adoption in America Today

    Education and awareness will fuel the needed changes in policy and practice in adoption and foster care. To learn more and make a difference, visit and share our SlideShare today.
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  • Exploring Options Counseling

    Our work with Dr. Elissa Madden continues as we investigate the context and effectiveness of counseling practices offered to first/birth parents prior to placement.
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  • Family First

    DAI submitted comments on the Family First Prevention Services Act that would better align federal child welfare funding with the critical goals of supporting family stability and preventing unnecessary foster care and institutional placements.
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  • Building Strong Families

    In adoption, we can strengthen families by making sure they have access to quality post-adoption services they need and deserve. Stay informed on updates in policy, research and resources on our Building Strong Families website.
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  • Guest Bloggers Wanted

    DAI is looking for dynamic guest bloggers to contribute insightful and educational pieces on adoption and foster care adoption for our blog. We’re interested in topics including openness in adoption and the modern family experience.
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  • Race, Class & Culture

    In her latest column for Adoption Today, DAI Chief Executive April Dinwoodie shares her best practices for initiating conversations about race, class and culture in transracial/transcultural families.
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ISS-USA’s 6th Annual Fall Conference 8:00 am
ISS-USA’s 6th Annual Fall Conference
Oct 13 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
ISS-USA's 6th Annual Fall Conference @ University of Maryland, SMC Campus Center  | Baltimore | Maryland | United States
ISS-USA’s 6th Annual Fall Conference Co-hosted by the University of Maryland School of Social Work Conference Summary: ISS-USA’s 6th Annual Conference, The Ties That Bind: Exploring the Causes and Consequences of Children Separated From Their Families Across...
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