Colorado Adoption Search & Reunion Resources

a guide for adoptees and birth parents


Colorado Birth Certificates

If you were an adoptee born in Colorado from July 1, 1951 to June 30, 1967, your birth records are now open. See...

Colorado Adoption Registries

Colorado Confidential Intermediary Program

  • Colorado's Confidential Intermediary Program This is expensive, but for many this may be the best way to initiate a search in Colorado. It is for birth parents, biological grandparents, adoptees, adoptive parents and siblings of adoptees -- all must be 18 or older. The adoption had to take place in Colorado. Make sure you read and understand all of the material at the program's website. You can download the necessary form ("Motion and Affidavit to Open Adoption File") you will need here. The various forms are:
    • JDF #343 for adoptees
    • JDF #344 for birth parents and biological grandparents
    • JDF #341 for adoptive parents
    • JDF #342 for a sibling of an adoptee

Other Colorado Adoption Search & Reunion Resources

Adoptees in Search - The Colorado Triad Connection

Colorado Genealogy on the Internet [on this website]

Beyond Colorado...

Adoption Search, Records, Registries & Reunion Resources listed by State

Online Searchable Death Indexes for the USA

International Soundex Reunion Registry (National & Worldwide) an adoption registry for birth parents and adoptees



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