Adoptive Families Together (AFT) provides education, advocacy, training, and support to families, professionals and communities about the unique circumstances inherent in the adoption experience. Our network includes families who have adopted children of all ages and races, domestically and internationally, children of kin and children with special needs. We welcome adopted individuals, birth parents, foster parents, guardians, professionals and all those touched by adoption. AFT’s focus is on child-centered parenting, parent empowerment, and peer-to-peer connections.
Education & Training
Parent Support Groups
AFT hosts 7 parent led confidential groups to share personal concerns and needs around adoptive parenting. We also welcome adopted individuals, birth parents, foster parents, Kin parents and all those with a connection to adoption. These are ongoing groups that meet once a month. Feel free to drop in! Groups are meeting monthly in communities in Massachusetts. To learn more about our Parent Support Groups, or to get dates and the location of a group in your area, please call us at (800) 277-5387 or click on the group schedule below: AFT Group Schedule
Due to recent COVID-19 developments, all AFT groups have been suspended at this time.
Online Group List Serve
For those seeking additional support or those unable to attend a local group, we offer a listserv group moderated by parent volunteers who are trained and supervised by AFT. If you are interested in joining, you can either send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe or email our moderator Annette Reynolds at email@example.com
For questions or more information about AFT, please contact us at (800) 277-5387 or adoptivefamiliestogether@