Adoption can be scary, and sometimes it can be hard for birth mothers to navigate. Adoption Choices of Nevada wants you to know that you are never alone, and we are here for you. We realize that you might not have all the answers, and we do not expect you to. That is why we are here to help guide you through the adoption process and relieve you of some of your stress. By choosing a Nevada adoption, you are making the courageous and selfless decision to give your child the life you know they deserve. For whatever reason it might be, we are proud of your decision.
Giving your child up for adoption is not the only decision needed during the adoption process. It is the first step, but there are many other decisions with endless amounts of choices that need to be decided. The easiest and most effective way to go about the adoption process is creating a Nevada adoption plan at the very beginning. You will be assigned an adoption specialist, and they will discuss all of your options with you. If you decide to go the route of adoption, a Nevada adoption plan is the first thing you will want to complete.
How To Make an Adoption Plan
The biggest thing about creating an adoption plan is that it should be unique. Your adoption specialist will discuss all these things with you in the beginning, and they will encourage designing a plan that will better serve you and suit your needs. There is a lot to think about when it comes to creating an adoption plan, and we realize sometimes, it can get overwhelming. There is no pressure to complete anything right away, and you are in complete control.
Your adoption plan will cover all bases of the adoption process. In the beginning, you will decide the level of openness you wish to have, such as how much contact you wish to have with your child and the adoptive family. Next, the selection of adoptive families will be explained, and you will be given a list of prospective families. If you are in need of assistance such as financial, medical care, or housing, that will be figured out through your Nevada adoption plan. Finally, the details of how you expect your time in the hospital pre and post-birth will be discussed and planned out. Also, if you wish to include it, we can provide support counseling throughout your unplanned pregnancy as well as post-placement.
What is Included in a Navada Adoption Plan?
As mentioned before, you will decide the level of openness in your adoption, financial assistance, housing, medical care, and the adoptive family. Now we can dig deeper to discuss what all of that actually means. There are three types of adoption: open, semi-open, and closed. Open adoption is becoming increasingly popular and gives you, the birth mother, regular contact with your child and the adoptive family. The type of adoption you choose is up to you. There is no right or wrong choice here. As for any assistance you might need, there is no shame in asking for help. That is what we are here for! If you are in need of financial aid for essential expenses, medical care due to no health insurance, or adequate housing and transportation, please let us know! We are an adoption agency that cares and is there to support you in every way.
Adoption is not an easy process, but it can be made simpler with our help. It is important that you know that asking for help does not make you any less strong. It makes you stronger. You are choosing your baby over yourself and are choosing to give them a good life. We understand this is not an easy time for you, but it gets easier and better. Adoption can be a wonderful and loving process for everyone involved.
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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