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GOA'L Adoption Service
Offers many services for those who are interested in visiting or living in Korea. These services help adoptees adopted from Korea to feel a connection to Korea and have a home away from home.
KPO Box 1364
InKAS, International Korean Adoptee Services, Inc. (website is in Korean)
Provides the following services: Helps adoptees to find their origins; Assists adoptees and their family when visiting Korea; Family Exchange Program.
Ai-ree Jung, General Secretary
101-10 2nd Floor
Republic of Korea
Adoptees' Liberty Movement Association (The ALMA Society)
Adoptees' Liberty Movement Association (ALMA), a membership organization, is an adoption reunion registry. ALMA advocates for the right of adopted persons to know the truth of their origin. TheALMA registry has a one-time registration fee of $50.
PO Box 85
Denville, NJ 07834
International Soundex Reunion Registry (ISRR)
International Soundex Reunion Registry (ISRR) is a nonprofit, humanitarian agency which serves and promotes, through the reunion registry, the interests of adults desiring and seeking a reunion with next-of-kin by birth. The Registry serves the needs of birth family members who have been separated by adoption, divorce, foster care, institutional care or abandonment. ISRR is not affiliated with any registry or other organization.
ISRR is the largest free search registry in the world. This registry does not perform a search or provide search advice. Voluntary registration by adults desiring contact or reunion with their next of kin by birth is deemed legal consent for contact.
P.O. Box 371179
Las Vegas, NV 89137
Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network (KAAN)
The central mission of the Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network is to network groups and individuals related to Korean adoptions. KAAN facilitates dialogue, promotes resource sharing, and disseminates information. KAAN works with its members, the Korean American community, and the Korean government to promote awareness of Korean adoption issues and develop programs that will benefit both the adoption and Korean communities.
PO Box 5585
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Korean Focus for Adoptive Families
Korean Focus is a support organization for families with children from Korea. Korean Focus provides families, adoptees, adoptive parents, and birthparents touched by Korean adoption with information and programs on Korean culture and the adoption experience. Korean Focus is nonprofit, parent-directed, and agency-independent.
1906 Sword Lane
Alexandria, VA 22308
Orphan Train Heritage Society of America, Inc. (OTHSA)
The Orphan Train Heritage Society of America conducts research and compiles materials on the period from 1854 through 1930 during which more than 150,000 orphaned, abandoned, or homeless children were relocated. The purpose of this Web site is to educate the American public about this chapter in American history and to provide resources for further research and information exchange.
PO Box 322
Concordia, KS 66901
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