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"Costco Connection" Online Magazine
You have been heard!
Costco asked in November's Informed Debate section: "Should it be mandatory to give adult adoptees full access to their birth records if they want it?"
and you voted with a resounding YES!
98% - Yes 8% - No
Costco Connection - Dialogue
NEW! DNA information page
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The Tangled Red Thread
Memoir by WARM-reunited adoptee
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WARM in the news:
St Joseph Missouri January 16, 2015
The Columbian December 8, 2014
Everett Herald June 29, 2014
Seattle Times June 27, 2014
Books via Amazon
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"Where's My Mother?"
Deborah A. Lee
"Simply Irresistible Watercolors"
Apache Junction, AZ
To order prints, contact Ms. Lee at:
firstname.lastname@example.org 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.