• Taste of Spring Photo Recap

    This year’s Taste of Spring was an amazing success. Thanks to all who joined us as we honored Michaela Pereira and The DeVeydt Family at the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC.
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  • Seeking Development Intern

    DAI is seeking a Development Intern to cultivate fundraising efforts, manage the Institute’s donor database, and provide general development and administrative support as needed.
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  • Chicago Town Hall

    Check out the live stream of DAI's latest town hall in Chicago on April 28th. The Town Hall was an amazing success thanks to everyone who attended!
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  • RESEARCH

    Exploring Options Counseling: Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work are seeking adoption professionals, both agency based & private practice, to complete a survey concerning their experience providing services to expectant parents.
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  • EDUCATION

    DAI seeks to end negative stereotypes and misinformation about adoption by providing an accurate picture of its rewards, as well as its challenges. To address misperceptions, DAI develops and implements programs to better inform the adoption community, adoption practitioners, journalists and educators.
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  • Advocacy

    DAI recently submitted comments on The Family First Prevention Services Act (HR5456/S3065) that would better align federal child welfare funding with the critical goals of supporting family stability and preventing unnecessary foster care and institutional placements.
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  • News

    In her latest column for The Chronicle of Social Change, Chief Executive and transracially adopted person April Dinwoodie discusses the importance of openness and building relationships when working with families and children experiencing foster care.
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April Dinwoodie, Chief Executive
120 East 38th Street, New York NY 10016 | info@adoptioninstitute.org
Telephone: (212) 925-4089 | Fax: (775) 796-6592