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ALASKA
Anchorage Let's Talk
Meets 1st Wed./mo., 6:30-8:30 P.M. A faith based training & support group for foster & adoptive families. Spons. by Alaska Center for Resource Families.
Tammy Keech 907 279-1803 or tkeech@nwresource.org
ANCHORAGE
Adopting Through OCS
Monthly classes. Learn everything you need to know about adopting through the State of Alaska Office of Children's Services. Topics will include; ICWA laws, subsidies, legal free vs legal risk adoption, home studies & family preparation. Spons. by Alaska Center for Resource Families.
Brenda Ursel 800-478-7307 or bursel@nwresource.org
ANCHORAGE, JUNEAU, FAIRBANKS, MAT-SU
ARIZONA
Orientation
2nd Wed./mo., 6:30-8 P.M. The first step in learning about AASK's programs, processes & how to become involved in a life of a child through adoption, foster care & mentoring.
www.aask-az.org 602-254-2275 or info@aask-az.org
MESA
Orientation
2nd Tue./mo., 6:30-8 P.M. The first step in learning about AASK's programs, processes & how to become involved in a life of a child through adoption, foster care & mentoring.
www.aask-az.org 602.254.AASK (2275) or info@aask-az.org
PEORIA
Exploring Adoption - West & North Valley Support Group
3rd Wed./mo., 6:30 P.M., Claim Jumper, 3063 W. Agua Fria Freeway (101 Freeway, Deer Valley Ctr). Spons. by RESOLVE of Arizona.
Donnie Straus illbedmd@hotmail.com
PHOENIX
Exploring Adoption - East and South Valley, Phoenix Support Group
3rd Mon./mo., 6:30 P.M., California Pizza Kitchen (Tempe Marketplace), 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy. Spons. by RESOLVE of Arizona.
Theresa MacKinnon taheese@cox.net
PHOENIX
Phoenix Orientation
2nd/Sat./mo or 3rd/Tues./mo. The first step in learning about AASK's programs, processes & how to become involved in a life of a child through adoption, foster care & mentoring.
www,aask-az.org 602-254-2275 or info@aask-az.org
PHOENIX
ARKANSAS
Adoption Information Meeting
May 13, Jun. 10, Sept. 9, Oct. 14 & Dec. 9, 6-7:30 P.M. Dillon International’s office will host a free meeting for families interested in learning more about intercountry adoption.
www.dillonadopt.com Kimberly/Dillon International st 501-791-9300 or DillonAR@dillonadopt.com
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
CALIFORNIA
Adoption Salon Pasadena
Meets 3rd Thurs./mo., 7-9 P.M., 747 W. Mountain View St. Pre/Post Foster Care & Adoption Support. No need to RSVP; just drop in. Spons. by Celia Center.
www.yoffetherapy.com/adopt-salon-pasadena/
ALTADENA
Granite Bay Foster Adoption Orientation Meeting
2nd Wed./mo. Learn about the benefits of adopting a local child & the ins & outs of adopting a foster child. Spons. by Lilliput Children's Services.
S. Walston 916-789-9700 or swalston@lilliput.org
GRANITE BAY
The Adopt Salon Support Group
1st Wed./mo., 7-9 P.M., The Shuken Auditorium, Vista Del Mar, 3200 Motor Ave. Facilitated by adoptions psychotherapist, & adult adoptee Jeanette Yoffe, MFT. Free to members of the Adoption Triad, adults, only no kids. Please bring pot luck to share. Spons. by Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services.
Jill Boyer 310-836-1223 ext. 288 or JBoyer@VistaDelMar.org
LOS ANGELES
Adopt A Special Kid Informational Workshop
Meets 2nd Tues./mo., 7-9 P.M. An AASK social worker will present an overview of the child welfare system & the foster care & adoption processes. Parents can ask questions in a comfortable atmosphere & schedule an initial interview with a social worker. We strives to make adoption accessible to a diverse range of families, including: LGBT parents, parents of all ethnic backgrounds, single & partnered parents, We provide all social work services necessary to adopt a child from foster care at no cost to our families.
www.aask.org 510-553-1748 ext12 or info@aask.org
OAKLAND
Adoption and Foster Care Information Meeting
Held 2nd Tues./mo 6-7:30 P.M., 1045 W. Katella Ave.,#330. Spanish & English speaking staff. Our experienced social work team will provide information on how to become a foster parent &/or an adoptive parent. Get facts about the process, the children, & the benefits available. RSVP. Spons. by Hannah's Children's Homes.
Micki Ross, LCSW 714-516-1077 or mickihch@yahoo.com
ORANGE
"Fortune Cookies" Adoption Peer Led Support Group
Every other Wed., 6:30-9 P.M. For those who are considering or are in the process of adopting a child. Spons. by San Diego affiliate of RESOLVE Southwest Region.
Mary rupperts@cox.net
SAN DIEGO COUNTY
Adoption Information Meeting
May 3 & Jun. 7,10:30 A.M.-12 P.M. Dillon International’s office will host a free meeting for families interested in learning more about intercountry adoption.
www.dillonadopt.com Kim/Dillon International staff 714-734-8600 or DillonCA@dillonadopt.com
SANTA ANA
Touched by Adoption
Meets last Sat./mo., Jan-Oct, 10 A.M.-12 P.M., Live Oak Family Resource Ctr, 1438 Capitola Rd. Adoptive families, adult adoptees, families waiting to adopt, & birthparents.
adoption@got.net
SANTA CRUZ
Foster-Adoptive Parenting Information Meeting
Tues. 6-8 P.M., 1838 Eastman Ave. Ste 100. Open your heart & home to a child in need & help create lifelong connections through the power of family. Spons. by Aspiranet.
Valerie Hoffman 805- 289-0120 or vhoffman@aspiranet.org
VENTURA
COLORADO
Rocky Mountain Ethiopian Adoption Support Group
Meets 1st./Tues or Wed,/mo, 7-9 P.M., 899 Logan St. For families who have adopted or are in the process of adopting from Ethiopia.
misgriffvb@yahoo.com Kristi Griffith-Jones 303-425-4003 or shawn.rodda@gmail.com
DENVER
Free Hand In Hand Information Nights
Meets 3rd Thurs/.mo., First Presbyterian Church, 531 S.College Ave. Learn about int'l adoption, & country specific programs. RSVP required.
Kimberly Morgan 970-226-8948 or coloradohih@msn.com
FORT COLLINS
CONNECTICUT
General Adoption Information Meetings
1st Tues./mo., 7 P.M., Rocky Hill Office, 2139 Silas Deane Hwy, Ste 201. Learn about your adoption options, both domestic and international. Reserve space. Spons. by Lutheran Social Services of New England.
800-286-9889
ROCKY HILL
Free Adoption Information Meetings
Meets 1st Tues./mo. in Rocky Hill & 3rd Mon./mo in New Haven. Information meetings about both domestic & international adoption
Jennifer Phillips 8602579899 or jphillips@lcssne.org
ROCKY HILL AND NEW HAVEN
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Successful Private Adoption Workshop
May 17, 9 A.M.-3 P.M., Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1125 Savile Lane. A practical "how to" guide to successful private adoption, the workshop's goal is to launch couples and singles on an accelerated path to parenthood. Experience & advice will be shared by those directly involved with domestic adoption, including adoption attorneys, social workers, adoptive parents as well as a birthmother. Spons. by Families for Private Adoption.
www.ffpa.org 202-722-0338 or info@ffpa.org
MCLEAN VA
Baby Care Classes
Classes geared for adopting parents & specific adoption circumstances. Taught by a nurse certified as a child care educator. Spons. by Families for Private Adoption.
Mary Ellen Gwynn R.N.C. 301-627-8830 or gwynn6710@msn.com
WASHINGTON
FLORIDA
FFTA 28th Annual Conference on Treatment Foster Care
July 20-23, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, 1000 W Buena Vista Dr. More than 600 treatment foster care professionals and foster parents attend this conference each year.
www.ffta.org Stacey Horowitz 800- 414-3382 ext 121 or shorowitz@ffta.org
LAKE BUENA VISTA
All About Adoption, Adopting and Adoptive Parenting
1st mon./Mo, 5:30-7 P.M., 1681 Maitland Ave. Lead by Linda Barnby, adoption attorney & adoptive parent, she will educate, inform, & answer all your questions.
www.orlandoadoptionattorney.com Debbie Santora 407-383-4942 or lbarnbypa@gmail.com
MAITLAND
NCFA National Adoption Conference
Jun. 19-20, Buena Vista Palace. Charting a New Path: Creativity vs. Reactivity highlights the present and growing need for adoption professionals to reevaluate their practices and procedures, be proactive in the field of adoption, and focus on the ways they respond to and serve clients—in short, focus on moving from reactivity to creativity. This year’s program will include a mix of breakout and plenary sessions, roundtables, and panel discussions, with separate tracks for management and clinicians. All sessions will be interactive, fostering discussion of proven and innovative strategies for practice, implementation, and collaboration.
www.adoptioncouncil.org/events/2014-national-adoption-conference.html 703-299-6633 or ncfa@adoptioncouncil.org
ORLANDO
HAWAII
General Information Sessions
1st Tues./mo., 5:30-7 P.M. An introduction to our adoption programs, all are welcome. RSVP. Spons. by Hawaii International Child.
Shannon Murphy 808-589-2367 or Shannon@h-i-c.org
HONOLULU
ILLINOIS
Adoptive Parent Support Group
3rd Thurs./mo., 6-7:30 P.M., LSSI. 103 S. Country Fair Dr. Open to all types of adoptive parents, as well as those preparing to adopt. Snacks & child care provided.
Judie Watson 217-398-3011
CHAMPAIGN
Adoptive Parent Support Group
2nd Thurs./mo., 6-7:30 P.M., Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, 1616 Main St. Open to all types of adoptive parents, as well as those preparing to adopt. Snacks & child care provided.
Kim Holder 618-997-9196 or Kimberly.Holder@lssi.org
MARION
The Adoption Process from A to Z
Apr. 9, Fremd High School, 1000 S. Quentin Rd. A Seminar presented by Chicago & Northbrook attorney Sally Wildman outlines fundamentals of an adoption & legal steps of the process. She shares resources on choosing adoption agencies, community support, & related professionals. Discussion focuses on different types of adoption now available, initiating your search for an available child, and current "openness" in adoption. Ms. Wildman is a member of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. Spons. by Community Education District 211
www.d211.org Community Education 847-755-6820 or cchamberlain@d211.org
PALATINE
Pre-Adoption Support Group
Meets last Wed./mo., 7-9 P.M., Lutheran General Hospital, 1700 Luther Ln. Spons. by RESOLVE, Great Lakes Region.
Mark and Jen marknjen2000@aol.com
PARK RIDGE
Adoptive Families Support Group
3rd Thurs./mo., 6-7:30 P.M., LSSI office, 4709 44th St, Ste 1. Open to all parents who have adopted, are in the process of adopting, or anyone thinking of adopting.
Susan Goble 309-786-6400 or susan.goble@lssi.org
ROCK ISLAND
Adoptive Families Together: Parent Support Group
1st Mon./mo., 6-7:30 P.M., LSSI, 321 W. State St., 4th Fl. Open to all types of adoptive parents, as well as those preparing to adopt. Snacks & child care provided.
Stacy Rapach 815-969-8836
ROCKFORD
Adoptive Parent Support Group
4th Wed./mo., 6-7:30 P.M., Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, 3000 Rohmann Ave. Open to all types of adoptive parents, as well as those preparing to adopt. Snacks & child care provided.
Alisa Hilliard 309-671-0300
WEST PEORIA
INDIANA
The Birthparent's Perspective
Apr. 18, Jul. 18 & Oct. 17. Learn how to navigate the relationships between adoptive parents & birth parents by gaining a direct understanding from birthparents themselves about their needs & reasons for making adoption plans. Free for Adoptions of Indiana clients, $75 for non-clients.
www.adoptionsofindiana.org 317-574-8950 or info@adoptionsofindiana.org
INDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL
While We Wait dinners
May 21, Jul. 16, Sept. 17 & Nov. 19. This group is open to all waiting prospective adoptive families. Gain support, education, information, & network with other families also experiencing the unique challenges of “the wait.” Cost of meal at a reasonably priced restaurant. Spons. by Adoptioons of Indiana.
www.adoptionsofindiana.org Allison Montgomery 317-574-8950 or allison@adoptionsofindiana.org
INDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL
Journey as Adoptive Parents
Jun. 20 & Sept. 19. Learn how children understand adoptive issues as they develop & how to talk to them in a developmentally appropriate way. Small group breakout sessions focused on practical application will be included. Free for Adoptions of Indiana clients, $75 for non-clients.
www.adoptionsofindiana.org 317-574-8950 or info@adoptionsofindiana.org
INDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL
Interracial Families, Interwoven Cultures: Proactive Parenting in Transracial/Transcultural Families
Sept. 20, 9 A.M.– 4 P.M. Adoptive parents will examine their lifestyle & willingness to expand comfort zones regarding race & ethnicity. A hair & skin specialist will be available for a demonstration & consultation, as well as a young adult transracial adoptee panel. Free for Adoptions of Indiana clients, $75 for non-clients. Adoptive parents will examine their lifestyle and willingness to expand comfort zones regarding race and ethnicity. A hair and skin specialist will be available for a demonstration and consultation, as well as a young adult transracial adoptee panel.
www.adoptionsofindiana.org 317- 574-8950 or info@adoptionsofindiana.org
INDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL
Domestic Infant Adoption Information Seminars
Meets 2nd Mon./mo., 6:30-8 P.M., Adoptions of Indiana, 1980 E. 116th St, Ste 325. Presenter; Amy Nicholas, BSW.
www.adoptionsofindiana.org Amy Nicholas 317-574-8950 or anicholas@ad-in.org
INDIANAPOLIS/CARMEL
LOUISIANA
Domestic Adoption Workshop
1st Mon./mo, 5:30 P.M. Everything you need to make an informed decision about how to adopt & what will work best for your family; topics include homestudies, the adoption process, requirements & more. Pre-registration required. Spons. by Beacon House Adoption Services.
msmargie@beaconhouseadopt.com 225-753-5551
BATON ROUGE
MARYLAND
Successful Private Adoption Workshop
May 17, 9 A.M.-3 P.M., Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1125 Savile Lane. A practical "how to" guide to successful private adoption, the workshop's goal is to launch couples and singles on an accelerated path to parenthood. Experience & advice will be shared by those directly involved with domestic adoption, including adoption attorneys, social workers, adoptive parents as well as a birthmother. Spons. by Families for Private Adoption
www.ffpa.org 202-722-0338 or info@ffpa.org
MCLEAN VA
MINNESOTA
Waiting Families Support Group
2nd Tues./mo., 6-8 P.M., Children's Home Society & Family Services, 1605 Eustis St.
Laura Nystrom 651-255-2255
ST. PAUL
MISSOURI
4th Annual Family Building Conference
Apr. 26, 8.30 A.M. - 12.30 P.M., Penn Valley Community College, Education Ctr 019, 3201 Southwest Trafficway. Breakout Sessions: Introduction to Infertility; IVF; Opportunities for Adoption; Faith & Infertility; PCOS; & Surviving Infertility. Spons. by Kansas City Infertillity Awareness.
www.kcinfertility.org 816-695-0090 or info@kcinfertility.org
KANSAS CITY
Adoption Information Meeting
Jun. 3, Aug. 5, Oct. 7, & Dec. 2. Dillon Int'l office will host a free meeting for families interested in learning more about intercountry adoption.
www.dillonadopt.com Margie/Dillon International staf 314-576-4100 or DillonMO@dillonadopt.com
ST. LOUIS
Adoption Support Meeting
Meets 1st/Thru./mo., 7-9 P.M., Auditorium 1, Missouri Baptist Hospital. Peer-led group for prospective & current adoptive parents. Free & open to the public. Spons. by Infertility and Adoption Support, Inc.(IAS).
www.infertilityandadoption.org Danielle Pennel dani.adoption@gmail.com
ST. LOUIS
NEW JERSEY
Adoption Information Meeting
Meets 1st Weds./mo., 6:30-8 P.M. RSVP. Spons. by Adoption Options.
Terry Dingle 609-699-4110 or tdingle@lsmnj.org
BURLINGTON
Adoption Information Meeting
Meets 1st Tues./mo., 6:30-8 P.M., 6 Terri Lane. Learn about our Infant Open Adoption Program & our Waiting Child Adoption Program. Spons. by Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey.
MaryAnn Sager 609-699-4111 or msager@lsmnj.org
BURLINGTON
Baby Care for Adoptive Parents
May 17, 10 A.M.-12:30 P.M., IAC Center, 2 Tree Farm Rd, Ste A200. This workshop is for you if you are waiting to adopt and would like to learn about baby care. Workshop Facilitator is Nicole Mayer RMA, RN, BSN, an IAC Center Educator, with extensive experience in infertility, OB/GYN, and newborn baby care; a specialty in educating the intended parents of gestational carrier arrangements and now pre-adoptive parents on the birth process, the hospital experience and newborn infant care.
www.iaccenter.com Joni Mantell 6097378750 or info@iaccenter.com
PENNINGTON
Parents Through Domestic Adoption Support Group
Meets 3rd Sun./mo., 10-11:30 A.M. Spons. by IAC Center.
www.iaccenter.com Joni Mantell 609-737-8750 or jmantellmsw@iaccenter.com
PENNINGTON
Waiting Families Support Group
Meets 3rd Mon./mo., Panera Bread, 136 Nassau St., 7-9 P.M. Singles & couples in the adoption process or waiting for a referral are welcome to attend. Spons. by RESOLVE Northeast Region.
Susan Merkel 609-694-5658 or resolveadoptionplsg-princeton@comcast.net
PRINCETON
Domestic Adoption Meetings
Meets 2nd Mon./mo. Learn about domestic adoption. Please registers. Spons. by A Loving Choice Adoption Associates. register.
Cathleen McNee 732-224-0924 or alovingchoice@comcast.net
SHREWSBURY
NEW YORK
Pre-Adoption Support Group
Last Mon./mo., 8 P.M. Spons. by RESOLVE of the Northeast.
Aileen 516-596-7088 or catwatcher315@yahoo.com
LONG ISLAND
How to Adopt Domestically and Internationally
2nd Wed./mo. 6-7:30 P.M. Free interactive session led by staff of Ametz Adoption Program of JCC. Learn the difference in working with an agency or attorney, what to expect during the homestudy, costs, time-frames, & support before, during, & after adoption. Please register.
www.jccany.org/ametz 646-505-5708
MANHATTAN
Parents through International Adoption Group
Meets 1st/Wed./mo. Spons. by IAC Center.
www.iaccenter.com 609-737-8750 or jmantellmsw@iaccenter.com
MANHATTAN
8th Biennial St. John's University Adoption Conference - "Sleeping Giants in Adoption: Power, Privilege, Politics, & Class"
May 29-31, St. John's University, Marillac Hall, Rm. 402, 8000 Utopia Pkwy.
adoptioninitiative.org/
QUEENS VILLAGE
8th Biennial Adoption Initiative Conference
May 29-31, St. John's Univ, Marillac Hall, Rm 402, 8000 Utopia Pkwy. Sleeping Giants in Adoption: Power, Privigege, Politics, and Class. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Laura Briggs. To address fundamental issues affecting the adoption community; To provide information and training opportunities for professionals about adoption issues; To encourage more research effort by the academic community in answering fundamental questions affecting members of the adoption triad; and finally; To provide a forum where members of the adoption triad can find valuable resources. Spons. by St John's University & Montclair State University.
www.adoptioninitiative.org/wordpress/home/registration/
QUEENS VILLAGE
Adoption Information Meetings
Meets 1/Mon./mo, 6-8 P.M. Learn about the adoption process from a skilled professional. Infant, international & waiting child options all discussed.
Jody Hansen-Walker 585-354-8929 or efazio@hillside.com
ROCHESTER
RESOLVE General Adoption Support Group
Meets 1st Fri./mo, 7.30 P.M. Peer-led support group for members at any stage of the adoption process. We offer a friendly and confidential environment for all to share their journey with others who understand.
Chemene Vizzi cvizzi9@gmail.com
SUFFOLK COUNTY (VARIES)
OHIO
Free Adoption Information Sessions
3rd Wed./mo., 6 P.M. Spons. by A Child's Waiting Adoption Program.
Jennifer Marando 330-665-1811
AKRON
OREGON
Adoptive Family Orientation Session
Held 1st Tues./mo., 6:30-8 P.M., 018 SW Boundary Ct. Explore the Infant Adoption Program at Boys & Girls Aid. RSVP.
www.boysandgirlsaid.org Jess Hoylman; Outreach Coordinat 503.542.2343 or jhoylman@boysandgirlsaid.org
PORTLAND
PENNSYLVANIA
Northeast Adoption Summit
Apr. 25-26, Calvary Church, 1051 Landis Valley Rd. Speakers: Dr. Karyn Purvis & Johnny Carr. Please join Bethany Christian Services in April at our Northeast Adoption Summit. This two-day event will focus on raising awareness and advocating for children who are waiting for a family to call their own and will provide training for the adoption community on a variety of adoption issues. Join hundreds of other pre-adoptive & adoptive parents as well as professionals.
www.bethany.org/lancaster/northeast-adoption-summit
LANCASTER
TEXAS
Tapestry Waiting Famlies Groups
Two groups, 7:30 P.M., 1st group meets 1st Sat./mo, at Mike & Johnna Wolverton's home, & the 2nd group meets 4th Sat./mo. at Anthony & Kristin Violi's home. Coffee & dessert will be served. Spons. by Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Ministry.
Kristin Violi 972-395-1308 or ktvioli@gmail.com
IRVING
Dallas Moms Night Out
Meets 4th Tues. every other month. For Moms & moms-to-be. Spons. by Tapestry Adoption & Foster Care Ministry.
Amy Monroe 972-315-9628 or tapestry@irvingbible.org
NORTH DALLAS
VERMONT
Adoption Information Meetings
Individual meetings available upon request. Explore the exciting & rewarding opportunity of building a family through adoption. Learn about our programs & meet families & staff. Spons. by WHFC
Barb Drotos 802.453.2581 or bdrotos@whfc.org
BURLINGTON
VIRGINIA
Successful Private Adoption Workshop
May 17, 9 A.M.-3 P.M., Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 1125 Savile Lane. A practical "how to" guide to successful private adoption, the workshop's goal is to launch couples and singles on an accelerated path to parenthood. Experience & advice will be shared by those directly involved with domestic adoption, including adoption attorneys, social workers, adoptive parents as well as a birthmother. Spons. by Families for Private Adoption.
www.ffpa.org 202-722-0338 or info@ffpa.org
MCLEAN
Adoption Support Group
Meets 2nd Thurs./mo. Offers support to individuals & couples who have an interest in, or are in the process of adopting. Spons. by the Mid-Atlantic Region of RESOLVE.
Cristal Lake-Sanders Richmond@midatlantic.resolve.org
RICHMOND
WASHINGTON
AWAIT Support Group Meetings
Meets on 2nd Mon./mo. 7-9 P.M. Bellevue Public Library: 1111—110th Ave.
www.affgs.org (206) 903-9664 or members@affgs.org
BELLEVUE
Adoption Information Meetings at WACAP
Meets 1st & 3rd Thurs. (except for holidays) 7-9 P.M. WACAP Office, 315 S. Second St. Learn about adoption from China, Ethiopia, India, Kazakhstan, Korea, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam or the USA. Free & all are welcome.
www.WACAP.org 206-575-4550
RENTON (SEATTLE)
Adoption Information Meeting at Amara
2nd Tues./mo., 6-8 P.M. & periodically on a Sat. morning, 3300 East Union St. Learn about the adoption process, adopting children from foster care & Amara's services.
Contact Amara to RSVP 206-260-1700 or amara@amaraparenting.org
SEATTLE
WISH (Waiting Is So Hard)
Meets 2nd Thurs./mo, 7-9 P.M. at Joe & Gayle Kohler's home, 4937 NW Discovery Ridge Ct. Spons. by Kitsap Adoption Group
www.kitsapadoptiongroup.com Joe & Gayle Kohler 360-662-0630
SILVERDALE
GERMANY
Kaiserslautern Military Community Adoption Support Group
Meets 3rd Tues./mo., 7 P.M. Health & Wellness Center (Bldg 3722) on Landstuhl Post. Members share pre & post adoption information.
www.usadopteurope.com Jeanie Veith 06371-47-6148 or usadopteurope@gmail.com
LANDSTUHL


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