National Adoption Clearinghouse

In the world of diluted and outdated information found on the World Wide Web, the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse is a great place to find trustworthy resources and research related to adoption and the adoption community. The government has made keeping keen on the inner workings of adoption easier by maintaining a large, one-stop directory of adoption-related information, called the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse.

The National Adoption Information Clearinghouse, now called the Child Welfare Information Gateway, was established in 1986 as a way to ensure and promote the well-being of children and their families. The resources available on the website, while advising on child welfare, also provides helpful information for first-time adopters and adoption professionals trying to keep up with the adoption community.

The library of information on the Child Welfare Information Gateway contains resources about legislation, programs, research, and statistics on domestic and international adoption, provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Because the Child Welfare Information Gateway also offers a detailed listing of adoption agencies and search groups, adoptees and birth relatives are advised to contact the CWIG for information about the state in which the adoption took place.

The way people experience life is only as powerful as the information they consume. Adoption is no exception, and that starts with going to a website that published trustworthy, peer-reviewed information.


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