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The Mutual Consent Voluntary Registry is a registry established by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) for adult adoptees and individuals separated from birth family members through termination of parental rights proceedings. It allows these individuals and their birth family relatives to indicate their willingness to have their identity and whereabouts disclosed to one another. If an adoptee and one of his birth family members both register, a "match" between the adoptee and a birth family member can result in a reunion. The same applies to individuals and their relatives separated by a termination of parental rights proceeding.
Confidential Intermediary Search Program
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What can it do for me?
What if I don't want to be found?
Will DHS help me with a reunion?
Who may register?
Will DHS help me search for my relatives?
How do I get on the Registry?
Is there a cost?
Where do I send my request?
Martha HopcusAdministrative AssistantPhone: (405) 521-3832Fax: (405) 522-2433Sequoyah Memorial Office Building2400 N. Lincoln BlvdOklahoma City, OK 73105Mailing Address:Child Welfare ServicesMutual Consent Voluntary RegistryPO Box 25352Oklahoma City, OK 73125Section Phone: (405) 521-2475Section Fax: (405) 522-2433
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