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Publicly Funded Post Adoption Services by State



  • The Explosive Child by Ross Greene
  • Your Defiant Child by Barkley & Benton
  • Try and Make ME by Levy & Ohanlon

Drug & Alcohol Exposed Children

Learning and Attention Issues

Lending Library


  • The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond Normal by Jonathan Mooney
  • Look Me in the Eyes: My Life with Aspergers by John Robison

Nutrition/Adoption Nutrition

Parenting Adopted Children/Special Needs

  • Parenting the Hurt Child by Keck & Kupecky
  • 20 Things Adoptive Parents Need to Suceed by Sherrie Eldridge
  • 20 Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew by Sherrie Eldridge
  • Adoptive Parent Intentional Parent by Stacy Manning
  • Stacy Manning Parent Coach

Residential Treatment/Wilderness Programs

Sensory Issues

  • The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz
  • A Sensory World (featuring Kranowitz) by TCU Institute of Child Development (DVDs)
  • The Everything Parent’s Guide to Sensory Integration Disorder, by Terri Mauro

Trauma Informed Adoption Practitioners

  • Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Nationwide Practitioners

Funding/Grant Opportunities

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