Oregon Foster & Adoption Resources

Navigating the complexities of foster care and adoption is a full time job! There are far-reaching impacts on so many aspects of children's lives and those of their original birth families; the caregivers who care for them (whether temporary or permanent); and the providers supporting them. We encourage you to take advantage of not only the local and national resources below, but all of our Resource pages, where you'll find many different ways of understanding each child and family's one-of-a-kind situation, whether your own or one you're helping. Please reference our Adoptee & Foster Voices and Foster Parenting pages for yet more resources.

Can't find what you need? Please reach out to ORPARC staff at orparc@nwresource.org.

Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS)

Oregon Adoption or Fostering

Recreation

  • Camp to Belong
  • Oregon State Parks, Oregon families who adopt an Oregon child from foster care can receive free camping and day use until that child turns 18. Families should contact their Adoption Assistance/Guardianship Assistance Coordinator to obtain a Program Verification Letter.
  • Sparks of Hope

Training & Education

National Adoption Resources