June 17, 2007
Check out AdoptionScams to find out important information about adoption scams and how to report it. This includes scams by lawyers, agencies, prospective adoptive parents, and women pretending to be pregnant.
Contact the UN and tell them to pay attention and investigate Allison Quets' case!
Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons
c/o Office Of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
United Nations at Geneva
8-14 avenue de la Paix
1211 Geneva 10
Fax: (+41 22) 917 90 06
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (please include in the subject box: Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons)
Also check out "The Cruelest Con" By Kelly Kiser-Mostrom.
Adam Pertman, author of "Adoption Nation" and executive director of the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute
If you are pregnant and need help, please contact:
Advocates for Pregnant Women at:
39 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011-4225
Or, if you are pregnant, you can contact Volunteers at Adoption: Legalized Lies
"We can give you honest, accurate information about the effect adoption will have on you and your child, as well as offer you resources and support for keeping your baby."
If you are a mother, and you were coerced into signing your rights away, had your rights terminated fraudulently, or if you are an adoptive family and believe the mother of your child is being coerced, please contact CoalitionForAllison (@) yahoo.com.
Donate to the TD Trust Fund (Canada) and the Family Preservation Fund (US)
Write Letters / Make Calls / Fax to the UN
United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women
Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Address: 2 UN Plaza, DC2-12th Floor, New York, NY 10017, USA
Write Letters to your State and National Government