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Adult Adoptees

Holt provides lifelong support to all adoptees, whether they were adopted through Holt or another agency.

We are here to serve, connect and support all adoptees.

Every adoptee has a unique and complex life experience. Holt seeks to offer support to all adoptees, regardless of their placing agency.

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Submit your photo to the 2022 Holt Adoptee Yearbook!

Do you know an adoptee graduating in 2022? Submit a photo and bio to our digital adoptee yearbook! Each graduate will also receive three copies of a print keepsake to enjoy and share with family. 

Holt’s post adoption services department provides a wide variety of search services for adoptees. If you are interested in beginning a birth parent search, begin here.

Citizenship & Documentation

Need help or advice on obtaining records or learning about citizenship? Contact us.

Support & Education

Adoption can result in emotional challenges and questions. We’re here to help. Contact us at [email protected].

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Sign up to be a Holt Adoptee Camp Counselor!

We’re looking for adoptees who want to serve as camp counselors this year! Join an adoptee community, make an impact on the lives of campers and form lifelong friendships with other staff while building your skills and resume this summer.

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Circle Back Adoptee Mentorship

Become a Circle Back mentor and help fellow adoptees. Join our community and work virtually with youth adoptees through guided group social events and one-on-one interaction.

Inquire at [email protected] for more details.

Adoptee Birth Country Travel

Our team can help arrange visits to important adoption landmarks like orphanages or adoption offices.

Resources for Adult Adoptees

We’ve gathered these links to content, cultural artifacts and support to help adult adoptees get the resources they need. Want to add to this list? Contact us at [email protected].

Stories About and for Adult Adoptees

Caley and the “Grey” Space of Racial Identity

A Vietnamese adoptee shares what it’s like to be a transracial adoptee growing up in Oregon, existing in the “grey” space and attitudes towards racial stereotypes through an adoptee lens.

Sign Up for Our Adult Adoptee Newsletter

Receive quarterly stories, tips and resources for adoptees who were adopted internationally or within the U.S. – through any adoption agency!

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