The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center’s mission is to enhance the quality of social and health services delivered to children who are abandoned or at-risk of abandonment due to the presence of drugs and/or HIV in the family. The Resource Center provides training, information, support, and resources to service providers who assist these children and their families.

The Children’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides funding to support the Resource Center and direct service projects. The Resource Center is located at the University of California at Berkeley.

New and Noteworthy

  • COPMISA-small Register Today!
    Supporting Children Affected by
    Parental Co-occurring Disorders
    June 30 – July 2, 2014


  • webinar starburstRecordings Available for the
    2014 Webinar Series

  • fetal attachmentNew Research to Practice Brief:
    Maternal-Fetal Attachment
    and HIV and/or Substance Use

  • fcanAIA Change Agents:
    Family Options IV