CCAI Announces Its New Website

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CCAI Announces Its New Website


CCAI is excited to announce the launch of our brand new, user friendly website with more adoption and foster care resources, improved navigation and easy access to information about our programs and ways you can engage with us in adoption advocacy!

 What You’ll Find

To serve our various audiences better, we’ve divided the website into two distinct sites, the Main Site and the For Members of Congress site. When you visit the Main Site, you’ll find detailed information about CCAI, our five core programs and a comprehensive list of adoption and foster care related policy resources. The For Members of Congress site can be accessed by clicking the icon in the top right hand corner and is specially designed for congressional Members and staff to easily access to the most pertinent adoption and foster care information.

Additionally, the new website has been enhanced for use on mobile devices, so you will have access to CCAI’s programs and resources on the go.

Spread the Word!

Please help CCAI spread the word about the new website and our mission to eliminate obstacles preventing children from finding a safe, permanent and loving family! Forward this blog to a friend or family member so they can visit the website and connect with us. They can sign up to receive updates and news from us and follow us on other social media – all from the new site.

 Tell Us What You Think

Please take a moment to explore everything our new website has to offer and give us your feedback. We want to hear about your experience and any ideas or suggestions you might have. You can take our BRIEF NEW WEBSITE VISITOR SURVEY or email CCAI’s Senior Director of Programs, Allison Coble at

We appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the new CCAI website!

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The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to raising awareness about the millions of children around the world in need of permanent, safe, and loving homes and to eliminating the barriers that hinder these children from realizing their basic right of a family.

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