How to Place Baby for Adoption in Nevada
As a pregnant woman considering adoption, you are in control of the adoption process. You get to make an adoption plan that is comfortable for you, and you will have the support of an Adoption Choices of Nevada specialist each step of the way.
If you are an expectant woman and considering an How to Make an Adoption Plan, use these steps to begin your adoption journey:
Step One: Contact Us. You can call us at 855-940-4673 any time of day for information about the adoption process and to talk to a birth parent counselor over the phone. While our focus is adoption services, staff will discuss all of the different options available.
Step Two: Talk to an Adoption Counselor. If adoption is the best option, then Adoption Choices of Nevada will help you make an adoption plan. You will get to choose the type of adoption you want to pursue, choose the adoptive family, create a birth plan, and discuss post-placement contact.
Step Three: Create Your Adoption Plan. This will include receiving any assistance you need or Adoption Services, choosing what type of adoption you prefer, family preferences, and more!
Step Four: Choose an Adoptive Family. View potential adoptive families profiles, which Adoption Choices helps narrow down to the families that match preferences.
Step Five: Complete your Adoption Plan. We can provide financial assistance, ensure you are receiving proper medical care, and offer counseling services throughout your pregnancy.
Step Six: Post-Placement Communication and Support. Adoption Choices of Nevada help facilitate communication throughout the pregnancy and after birth. We also provide counseling and support throughout your adoption journey and after placement.
We would love to answer any of your questions about our program, and to assist you in making an adoption plan that will work for you. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-HOPE (Toll-Free)
Remember, as a woman choosing adoption, you are not giving up!
Birth parents do not give up their baby. They create an adoption plan for their child.
Birth parents do not give up their baby. They place their child into the arms of a loving family.
Birth parents do not give up their baby. They make a difficult choice to do what is best for their child.
Birth parents PLACE their child for adoption because they love them.
Birth parents PLACE their child for adoption because they want to make sure their child has everything he/she deserved.
Birth parents PLACE their child for adoption because they love them enough to give them a life they know they can’t provide
Birth parents PLACE their child for adoption because they want to give a gift to a family that can’t have one.
Birth parents PLACE their child for adoption because their child deserved more.