Transracial Adoption Meetup Groups

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Triangle Interracial Families (TIF) is a group of families in the Triangle area of North Carolina that are interracial. Cities include: Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs, Cary, Durham, Fuquay-Varina, Clayton, Hillsborough, Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Knightda


Whether you are waiting to be matched, recently adopted or long time parents of an adoptive/foster care child or more, this group is designed as a safe place for all adoptive parents to share their unique journey with other adoptive parents & their f


This group was started in 2006 by a mom and dad with two adopted kids of a different race and two biological kids. The purpose of the group is to meet and connect ourselves and our children with families that are similar to our own. We have grown to


Our group was created to meet other adoptive parents in the Sacramento area. We support each other at monthly meetings and online. We hold monthly activities for the whole family. We organize trainings to educate ourselves about the issues inherent i

Adoptive Families

Join adoptive and foster families in the Chicago and Chicago Suburban area who are interested in finding support and information. This group offers workshops on topics such as attachment, emotional and behavioral problems, ADHD, trauma, loss, sexual

Foster & Adoptive Families

(Français en bas) Tasiutigiit is a friendship and support group for cross-cultural families of Inuit and native children in the greater Montreal area ( Tasiutigiit Association of Cross-Cultural Families of Inuit and Native Children: registered in 200


The Sydney Adoption Playgroup is a networking and informal support group for adoptive families in the Sydney region. We run playgroups on the first Wednesday of each month starting at 10am for families with young children. We also run additional wee


We are a group of adoptive families and people in many stages of the adoption process. We provide peer support for our adoptees, adoptive parents, and those looking to adopt. We are a diverse group who includes all types of adoption; domestic, intern

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This is an informal group for adoptive families in San Diego area for the purpose of organizing fun get-togethers and meeting other adoptive families for support and friendship. It is open to families through any type of adoption: foster, domestic, m

Adoptive Parents and kids

Casual support group for those considering adoption, going through an adoption or post-adoption.  No matter where you are in your adoption journey - we want to hear from you and learn from you. The rules of our group: Always be kind and respectful t


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April 17, 2014

EVMPC is a support group for moms of color, moms of biracial children and transracial adoptive mothers who would like for their preschoolers to meet other children of color. EVMPC serves as an advocate for its members and encourages the spirit of com

April 3, 2014

All 8 of our children were adopted- 6 are still living at home and 2 are young adults living on their own. We have a wide range of ages in our family. We are always interested in meeting other families joined together by the miracle of adoption! I ho

Child Guides
April 1, 2014

This group is for Nashville area adoptees (newborns through adult adoptees) and their parents (adoptive, first, or foster) and families (immediate or extended) who would like to spend time together in social settings. I would love for this group to b

NAAM Members
March 17, 2014

Play group with an emphasis on interaction between children, engaging in both social and educational activities. For parents and families who are interested in building self-esteem in our children and providing support through social interaction. The

SB Families
March 12, 2014

This is a group for adoptive families interested in meeting other adoptive families in the St. Louis area! Let's get together for fun activities, like going to the zoo, playing at the park, or having play dates. We can also have "Moms Nights Out" (wh

STL Adoptive Families
March 5, 2014

You are praised. You are admired. You have some challenges. Everything changes after you adopt your child(ren.) All adoptive families do not have the same happy stories. It is not uncommon that you were lied about the child, that you experienced cove

Good Moms & Good Dads
February 22, 2014

The world of adoption is in great transition. Adult adoptees are finally being heard in terms of adoption policy and the value of their personal experiences. International adoption is increasingly complex. First/birth parents are becoming more visibl

Adoption Constellation
February 10, 2014

Does anyone else find that there are certain challenges of parenting an adopted child? Or do you just want to connect with other adoptive parents? Let's get together and share our trials, tribulations and triumphs with one another! We can meet for ca

Awesome Parents
January 30, 2014

Let's surround our children with culture and heritage through fun playdates, outings, picnics and such! This group is for anyone parenting Black and/or Biracial children.

January 21, 2014

This group is sponsored by Adoptive Families of the Capital Region (AFCR) for prospective and waiting adoptive parents to get together in an informal setting. We're hoping to meet once a month to talk about everything from making the decision to adop

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