The 18th directory was released today. You can find the pdf on our website at http://www.pear-now.org/resource/MD_Adoption-Resource-Directory.pdf
PEAR State directories can be used by prospective adoptive parents and adoptive parents looking to find information on health, education, bureaucratic/paperchasing needs and for support for themselves or their children.
Parents for Ethical Adoption Reform (PEAR) does not officially endorse any listing in this directory. The contents are provided for informational purposes only as a community service.
PEAR has no means of certifying the competence or quality of practice of any practitioner. PEAR makes no representations, warranties, guarantees or promises on behalf of or for those listed, and does not assume liability or responsibility for any service or product provided.
The Health section contains listings of licensed practitioners, early intervention contact information, and residential treatment centers.
The Education section contains tutoring, remediation, specialized schools & interventions by non-licensed practitioners.
The Bureaucracy section contains information about apostilles, licensed agencies, social security cards and more.
The Support section contains state-based support groups, web-support, and organizations and respite care locations.
Ethics, Transparency, Support
~ What All Adoptions Deserve.