Adoption can be a complex and emotional experience, not just for birth parents and adoptive families, but also for the adopted children themselves. Even in the most positive adoption situations, adopted children may experience feelings of loss, confusion, and identity issues throughout their lives. It can be difficult to process these emotions and find support from people who understand these unique experiences. This is where support groups can be helpful.

Support groups for adult adoptees provide a safe and welcoming space for individuals who were adopted as children to connect with others who share similar experiences. They can bring understanding and validation to your story. Being a part of a group provides connection and community, support, and empathy.

Join us at A Loving Option Adoption Adult Adoptee Support Groups on the 4th Thursday of the month from 6-7pm. Email for location details and information.