Intercountry adoptees can experience a range of challenges adapting to life with their new family.
Being adopted inevitably causes some disruption in someone’s life, even after joining a loving and stable family. This disruption can often have a significant impact, even if a child was adopted at a young age, and can cause challenges early on when the child joins the family, or may not be apparent until later in life.
This service provides:
The Intercountry Adoptee and Family Support Service (ICAFSS) is funded by the Australian Government, managed by the Department of Social Services, and is delivered by Relationships Australia.