|AEA’s Premier Members have made an additional commitment to supporting the important mission of AEA. AEA is grateful to its Premier Members for all they do—both for AEA and for waiting children and families across the country. Please visit their websites to learn about their extraordinary work.
Adopt America Network
1500 N. Superior Street, Suite 303
Toledo, OH 43604
A nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity, Adopt America Network (AAN) is committed to improving the lives of adoptable children throughout the United States who are in the foster care system by placing them with permanent, loving families. AAN uses a national network of public agencies, private agencies and volunteer adoption specialists.
Adoption Advocacy of South Carolina
150 Executive Center Dr., Box 110
Greenville, SC 29615
Adoption Advocacy was founded in 1999 with the mission of helping South Carolina families access the broadest range of adoption services possible and help families access the needed services without paying for services that are not directly related to their specific needs.
The Adoption Exchange
14232 East Evans Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014
The Adoption Exchange is a non-profit 501(c)(3) child welfare organization founded in 1983 to work for safety and permanence in the lives of children. TAE recruits families for children who have survived abuse and neglect, supports adoptive families through every phase of the adoption process, and trains child welfare professionals.
Adoption Information Center of Illinois
120 W. Madison, Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60602
The Adoption Information Center of Illinois (AICI) is an adoption exchange, an organization that helps connect children who need to be adopted with families who want to adopt. They also assist families in providing information and referrals as well as hosting a listing service of licensed families and children listings.
Adoption Resources of Wisconsin
6682 West Greenfield Avenue, Suite 310
Milwaukee, WI 53214
Adoption Resources of Wisconsin serves as an umbrella over adoption and foster care in Wisconsin, offering information, training and support to families and professionals. Their mission is to find permanence for all children in Wisconsin who need a family and to help support and sustain healthy families.
Children Awaiting Parents
595 Blossom Road, Suite 306
Rochester, NY 14610
888.835.8802 or 585.232.5110
Children Awaiting Parents, Inc. (CAP) is a national, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. CAP's mission is to recruit foster and adoptive families across the United States for children who have been waiting the longest for a family.
The Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS)
2 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 18-486
Atlanta, GA 30303
The Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is the part of DHS that investigates child abuse; finds foster homes for abused and neglected children; helps low income, out-of-work parents get back on their feet; assists with childcare costs for low income parents who are working or in job training; and provides numerous support services and innovative programs to help troubled families.
Hope For Families
130 South Indian River Drive, Suite 301
Fort Pierce FL 34950
1-800-620-HOPE • 772.429.3334
Through our Interstate Adoption program, the purpose of Hope for Families is to assist loving, stable parents who live in Florida, fulfill their dream of a permanent family by adopting children who are living in foster care from all over the United States.
Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange
45 Franklin Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
The Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange is a private 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1957 to find “a permanent place to call HOME” for children waiting in foster care. We do this by recruiting, educating, supporting and advocating for FAMILIES throughout the adoption process, while targeting recruitment efforts to find adoptive families for specific waiting children.
New York Councel on Adoptable Children (COAC)
589 Eighth Ave., 15th Floor
New York, NY 10018
The New York Council on Adoptable Children (COAC) is an adoption service agency whose mission is to insure that legally freed older and special needs children in the New York City foster care system, and children affected by AIDS, are placed with permanent, loving families.
Northwest Adoption Exchange
600 Stewart Street, Suite 1313
Seattle, WA 98101
The Exchange features a photo listing website, facilitate placements in the Northwest region, and provide information to families and professionals. They also advocate for and develop projects to expand support services for families throughout the adoption process.
Three Rivers Adoption Council
307 Fourth Avenue Suite 310
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
TRAC is viewed statewide as the highest quality provider of innovative family-focused adoption services with an emphasis on African-American and special needs children as measured by our key stakeholders: children & families, employees, funders, member & peer agencies, and all levels of government.