Considering adoption? Here are eight questions you should ask yourself before beginning the process.
A second-parent adoption allows a second parent to adopt a child without the "first parent" losing any parental rights.
These agencies participate in HRC's All Children - All Families project and are committed to welcoming LGBTQ families.
The All Children–All Families project promotes LGBTQ cultural competency among child welfare agencies through innovative resources.
Too many LGBTQ youth come out to family members only to face rejection, hatred, and violence or are forced out of their homes.
HRC discusses the unique experiences of LGBTQ adoptive parents as well as the options for adopting a child.
Every day, more and more LGBTQ people are adopting children who need a good and loving home.
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All Children - All Families: Serving Transgender & Non-Binary Foster & Adoptive Parents
“Promising Practices for Serving Transgender & Non-Binary Foster & Adoptive Parents” is a first-of-its-kind comprehensive guide for child welfare professionals seeking to intentionally recruit, certify and support transgender and non-binary adults to serve as resource parents for young people in care.Read more
We Are With You: Resources for the LGBTQ Community During a Time of Need
To every LGBTQ person across this nation feeling stunned and disheartened by the election results, and questioning if they have a place in our country today, we say this: you do.Read more
All Children - All Families: Online Learning Offerings
Online learning from HRC's All Children - All Families project; moving child welfare systems forward to achieve full LGBTQ inclusion.Read more
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