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Original Birth Certificates Available

Adoptees born in Washington State - Get your original birth certificate!  Go to 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.


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"Where's My Mother?" by Deborah Lee

"Where's My Mother?"

by

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.
  • Books available pertaining to adult adoption issues.