Pregnant, Homeless, and Adoption
If you are homeless, you should know you are not alone. There are over 500,000 homeless people in America alone. Unfortunately, with the cost of living increasing but the pay rate stagger, it is extremely hard to rent or purchase your own home. You have nothing to be ashamed of and should know at Adoption Choices of Nevada. We help our birth mothers. We have seen multiple different scenarios of birth mothers suffering from homelessness. Either the birth mother was living with her family, but once her family found out she was pregnant, they kicked her out. She may have had housing, but due to financial setbacks, she no longer could afford such. There is an abundance of scenarios she or you can be facing, but it doesn’t matter because no one, especially a pregnant woman, should be facing homelessness. That is why if you live in Nevada and are thinking about different options to utilize in relation to your unplanned pregnancy, if homeless, you should seek us out, Adoption Choices of Nevada.
We are a private adoption agency located in Nevada with different Reno and Las Vegas locations. We are a non-profit that serves local women of Nevada and helps them to find the right answers to their unplanned pregnancies. Having been found in 2008, we built multiple families in the process while ending the stigma surrounding the word adoption in general. If you are homeless, we never discriminate and know we can help you during and after your adoption process.
I am homeless and pregnant. What are my options concerning my baby?
In total, you have three options when it comes to being homeless and facing an unplanned pregnancy. The first is to raise the child as your own, which we are sure you are against because you currently can’t afford to raise the child. To add on, since you are homeless, if officials find out, they place the child into foster care instead. When it comes to that, you have no rights at all. The other option is to terminate the pregnancy, which has a stigma as well. When you terminate the pregnancy, you will not carry the child to full term, and the child shall not be born at all. It is a tough decision that many birth mothers face a magnitude of negative emotions afterward due to certain beliefs. The third option is adoption which is where we come in!
Nevada adoption is a legal process when a child is placed into the care of their adoptive parents is a lengthy process. Due to the sensitivity of the process, it includes the court system, and from there, the child will be placed into the home of their family. In many cases, the child doesn’t have any blood relation to their adoptive families. Also, races may depreciate amongst the adoptee and their adoptive families. It is beautiful regardless of race or sexuality, and your child will be safe due to the extensive process and detailed operations that take place to ensure your baby’s safety, so if you live in Nevada and are considering adoption come to Adoption Choices of Nevada. We will answer any questions or concerns to possess in order to make sure you are comfortable with such a process.
Can my adoption agency provide me with temporary housing?
Yes. Absolutely we can!
When it comes to financing, we can assist you in covering the multiple financial hardships you are enduring. You will have to become part of our adoption agency utilizing our services. If you have no housing, we can definitely provide you with temporary housing and cover your rent if you notify us. Our goal is to make sure you endure less stress during the time of your pregnancy. Not only can stress affect you, but it can also affect your baby resulting in them being born with a congenital disability. To add on, besides finding you housing and covering your rent, we can pay for more. That being utility bills, phone bills, food or hygiene, transportation, laundry, clothing, and legal fees. We do this because we care and want to take care of you. Though our coverage doesn’t last forever, six weeks after the birth of your baby, our expenses shall end, we can provide you with the necessary resources.
We want to make sure all our birth mothers are well and will endure hard cases such as homelessness.
If You Are Considering Adoption Come To Us
You are a great mother that knows she wants to provide better for her baby! If you come to us, we will always support and take care of you. Never hesitate and contact us as soon as possible. We look at you like family and want to build more outside families. You can contact us at any point in time, and we will answer. Just take advantage of one of our forms: call, text, or through our portal. Our response will come as soon as possible!
Adoption Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can call us to speak to someone now. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) | 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) | 775-825-4673 (Reno) | 775-738-4673 (Elko) | 775-884-4673 (Carson City).
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