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Parents who have adopted from Vietnam have a number of resources available to support their families.
Chao Ban Newsletter is a quarterly print newsletter with up-to-date information on Vietnamese culture, raising our children, and adoption/Vietnamese news. It provides relevant information and resources on adoption and raising adopted children, not easily available, that prospective parents will find invaluable.
Comeunity website provides hundreds of articles on a wide range of adoption issues. Major sections include how to adopt, adoption travel, adoption health, adoption books, international adoption stories, poetry, and adoptive parenting.
Vietnam Adoption Books, Music and Movies provides indepth reviews of products of interest to the Vietnam adoption community.
Adopt Vietnam is the complete guide to Vietnam adoption. It is the companion information website to FCV, for families who are adopting from Vietnam. Vietnam Adoption provides detailed guidance on adopting from Vietnam from choosing an agency, traveling to Vietnam, government regulations, caring for your child, Vietnamese culture, adoptive parenting and much more. It also provides detailed information on the Vietnam adoption community.
This website, Families with Children from Vietnam (FCV) website is the national website for the Families with Children adopted from Vietnam organiztion. It provides support and information for the parents who are adopting or have adopted from Vietnam. Use this site to contact other parents and prosepctive parents, join a local FCV chapter, be inspired by adoption stories and our children's pictures.
Four additional resources provides exceptional information for prospective parents on adoption from Vietnam.
Adoptive Parents of Vietnam (APV) is the email list allows for communication among FCV families, adoption professionals and others on adoption, parenting and cultural information.
Here are some specific links to resources to get you started:
A Parent Support Site from Allison & Rick Martin
Families with Children from Viet Nam www.fcvn.org