CoSPL has many resources for adoptive parents as well as those considering adopting. If you are searching for Colorado adoption information you may find some of these resources helpful. Any that are not available on the web can be borrowed from our library.
-Colorado Dept. of Human Services' adoption resources page - provides links to sites for searching for children to adopt, help for adoptive parents, and assistance with the adoption process.
-Answers to Your Questions About Relinquishment and Adoption
-The Compass: A Family Guide to Post-Adoption Resources in Colorado
-Recruitment and Retention Resources: Adoption, Foster Care
-A Guide to Adoption Benefits in Colorado
-A Place to Call Home, Forever
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