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Thank you to Michelle Li for the coverage.

Search with DNA

*The Ultimate Genealogy Search Tool*

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Sumner Library
Tuesday April 18th
7:00 - 9:00

Capitol Hill Library - Seattle
Thursday April 20th
6:00 - 7:45

For more information, see Support Groups

Get your Original Birth Certificate!

If you were born in Washington State, you can request your OBC through the Department of Health (DOH) website.

See more information about your original birth certificate (OBC).

Birth Parents: Register your contact preferences and/or order a copy of your son/daughter's original birth certificate.

See the Department of Health for more information.

Adoptees and Birth Parents:
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Washington Adoption Reunion Movement WARM

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Books via Amazon

When you click on the suggested book titles (updated!) and order through our Amazon website link, WARM receives a percentage of the sale at no additional cost to you. Also, you can register for

and designate WARM as the non-profit you wish to benefit. It's an easy way to give back!

"Where's My Mother?"

"Where's My Mother?" by Deborah Lee


Deborah A. Lee

"Simply Irresistible Watercolors"

Apache Junction, AZ

To order prints, contact Ms. Lee at:

sunbumariz@yahoo.com or 480.262.5248

Our mission is to establish WARM as the primary resource in Washington State for search, reunion, support, and education in the life-long issues surrounding adoption.

WARM is a non-profit organization, formed in 1976, serving the needs of adult adoptees and their birth families. WARM services include:

  • Court searches for anyone born or adopted in the State of Washington.
  • Non-court searches for those who have documented identifying information (all states).
  • A FREE birth registry for anyone born or adopted in the state of Washington.
  • Support Groups.
  • Research services at a minimal cost for persons doing their own search.
  • Referrals to sources in other states.