The Adoption Process in Nevada
It can be hard to navigate the adoption process, and it can be even harder doing it alone. However, Adoption Choices of Nevada is here to help take off some of the pressure and ease you into the process. We want you to know that you are never alone and never be afraid to ask us questions. There is an answer to everything, and we want to help alleviate any concerns you might have. If you are feeling lost or scared, reach out to us. Do not let anyone try to tell you what you should or should not do. Every decision from here on out is up to you and only you. You need to make decisions in your best interest and ensure you are making them while being well informed on all of your options.
The Adoption Journey
Several steps need to be taken before your child’s birth. However, it is okay if the process starts after birth. If you are considering giving up your baby for adoption and making an adoption plan, follow these easy steps below.
Step 1: Contact us at Adoption Choices of Nevada
You can call us any time of the day and ask us any questions you might have. While our main focus is adoption services, we can discuss your options with you.
Step 2: Meet with Adoption Choices Staff
If you decide that adoption is the right route for you, we can set you up to meet with our adoption staff. Our staff will help you make an adoption plan and go over all the paperwork and the post-placement agreements.
Step 3: Connect to Community Services
We will connect you and provide you with additional resources you might need. For example, some birth mothers need financial assistance or housing connections, and we can help you with those.
Step 4: Review Adoptive Families
We will review potential adoptive families with you, and you will need to select one that feels right to you and best aligns with what you want.
Step 5: Placement
Your child will be placed with their adoptive family, and depending on your post-placement agreement, you can stay connected with them afterward.
We are always available to you, even post-placement. Our job is not satisfied until you no longer need our assistance. It can be just as emotionally straining after the adoption process is over. While the adoption itself might be over, your feelings will linger, and you will have new ones to process. Some birth mothers might feel guilty or remorse or regret. We never want a birth mother to feel that way. Because of that, we offer one-on-one counseling and group sessions to receive help to process your feelings and possibly hear from others who are going through something similar.
Adoption in Las Vegas
If you are considering adoption or have already decided to choose adoption in Vegas, know that you make a loving decision. Adoption is an action that is selfless and is always a good option. We want you to have a great experience in the adoption process. We try to make the adoption process easy for you and easy to understand. Let us do all the work, but to fully serve you, you need to be open and honest with us at every step of the way. This is not saying that you need to disclose every little intimate detail, but we expect you to disclose any necessary information pertinent to your adoption case. It is expected for you to have many questions and not be sure of what to do next. We want to help! We believe it is important for you to know and understand the adoption process as much as possible before making any final decisions. This is a life-changing decision for you and your baby!
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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