International Adoption Health Program Resources

For Parents and Caregivers

The language development of internationally adopted children is different from the language development of other children. Learn how to support your child as she learns to speak English, risk factors for speech and language disorders, and when a speech-language evaluation may be needed.

Resources for Families

View a variety of help hotlines, as well as websites available for families in need.


COFCAKC is a professional membership organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of children and youth in foster care, kinship care, and adopted children. is committed to helping as many children as possible find loving, permanent homes.

This report provides technical guidance regarding common immunization concerns for healthcare providers who administer vaccines to children, adolescents, and adults.

The Office of Children’s Issues is actively engaged in two issues that cross international borders: intercountry adoption and international parental child abduction.

This is a resource website for adoptive, foster and kinship families that brings local resources from across your state into one central accessible place.