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Adoption Subsidies/Title IV-E Adoption Assistance

The act will increase federal support to states so they can place more children permanently with relative guardians or adoptive parents, and enhance aid to foster youth. NACAC is pleased that, over time, the law will eliminate all income, resource, and family structure requirements related to Title IV-E adoption assistance.
http://www.nacac.org/policy/HR6893_summary.pdf
http://www.nacac.org/adoptionsubsidy/stateprofiles/colorado.html

Adoption Policy Resource Center: Steps for negotiating an adoption subsidy; in-depth research articles and publications; legal and administrative subsidy policy issues; and links to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Child Welfare Policy Manual. Maintained by Dr. Tim O'Hanlon.

Children's Bureau Child Welfare Policy Manual, Section 8 (Title IV-E): Federal policy on the Adoption Assistance (Subsidy) Program (under the auspices of U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families).

National Adoption Information Clearinghouse: information on the subsidized adoption program.

Child Welfare Gateway: State Subsidy Profiles.