Searching for Birth Relatives : A Fact Sheet for Families
Publication Year: 2010
Type: Federal resource, Online Publication
The purpose of this factsheet is to provide some guidance on the search process and information access, as well as resources for further help in conducting a successful search. This factsheet is designed to address the concerns of both adopted persons who are searching for birth parents or other birth relatives, as well as birth parents (both mothers and fathers) who want to locate a child who was adopted.
Single copies of most Federal materials are available free of charge. There may be associated shipping and handling or other charges. Publications may be available from more than one source who may have different ordering policies. In some cases there may be a limit to the quantity that can be ordered. Please contact the organization listed below for specific ordering information.
Child Welfare Information Gateway, ACYF, ACF, HHS
Children's Bureau/ACYF, 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW, Eighth Floor
Washington DC 20024
Phone: (703) 225-2331 EN/SP
Toll-free Phone: (800) 394-3366 EN/SP
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