How do we help?
Adopted.com uses a highly powerful and unique search tool that cuts across boundaries to connect you with your loved ones. Simply by registering, you become part of a space that is most likely shared by your child. With our rapidly expanding registry, now the largest in the world, the odds of you locating your adopted son or daughter improve constantly.
Why are we different?
- We have the utmost respect for your privacy
- Instantly compare your profile with more than 855,590 profiles
- Search for free until you find a suitable match
- View and change your profile information on the go
- Measurable match results in percentage format
What you need to keep in mind
The moment you find your adopted child is unique, special and sometimes emotionally overwhelming. However, there are a few things all searchers can keep in mind when they connect with their loved ones. It's best not to approach your son or daughter with any preconceived expectations. Try to be understanding and unconditionally cherish the joy of your reunion. Be sensitive to the emotions of your child and his or her loved ones who may be affected by the reunion.
What if my adopted child does not want to meet me?
While that may be possible, you need to understand that Adopted.com connects people who are searching for each other. By registering and finding your adopted child, you also understand that your child was searching for you as well. However, you need to make sure you do not carry any biases or assumptions when you meet your child. Respect the privacy and emotions of your child and pursue a reunion with an open heart and mind.
What if I don’t find a matching profile?
Then you are free to leave your profile posted at no charge. When you register, we ask you 10 questions. Your response to these questions are instantly compared with more than 855,590 profiles and a list of potential matches with their percentage proximity to your response is provided. You welcome to become a paid subscriber if you want to pursue the search further on matching candidates.