Genesee Valley Monthly Search Group

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WHO: Adoption Resource Network/ Genesee Valley Monthly Search Group

WHEN: First Wednesday of the Month 7pm to 9pm

WHERE:  Hillside Children’s Center 2075 Scottsville Road, Rochester NY

ONLINE: ( closed FB group)

BONUS: Jeff Hancock runs the group!

Monthly In Person Adoption Support in Upstate NY

A New York monthly group intended to empower adopted adults, birth parents, and adoptive parents or siblings searching for birth family by providing knowledge, training and emotional support throughout the search. Feelings and thoughts are shared in a manner respectful of all members of the adoption triad. Participants are encouraged to discuss progress on their search and to share tactics that have been successful and those that have not.

Monthly meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at Hillside Children’s Center 2075 Scottsville Road, Rochester NY at the Crestwood Children’s Center Campus. The Search/Support Group will be held at the Main Building (“Cutler”) from 7-9 p.m. (Effective Aug 2012)
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About the Author

Musings of the Lame was started in 2005 primarily as a simple blog recording the feelings of a birthmother as she struggled to understand how the act of relinquishing her first newborn so to adoption in 1987 continued to be a major force in her life. Built from the knowledge gained in the adoption community, it records the search for her son and the adoption reunion as it happened. Since then, it has grown as an adoption forum encompassing the complexity of the adoption industry, the fight to free her sons adoption records and the need for Adoptee Rights, and a growing community of other birthmothers, adoptive parents and adopted persons who are able to see that so much what we want to believe about adoption is wrong.

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