Step Two: 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. You will also choose what type of adoption you prefer, family preferences and what type of adoptive family you are looking for, and more!
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 case workers 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 adoption program and services. Choosing to put your baby up for adoption is loving and selfless choice. We are available to assist you in making an adoption plan that will work for you – with no judgement, with no pressure. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) or locally at 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) or locally at 775-825-4673 (Reno).
Remember, as a birth mother, you are not giving up!
Why Should I Choose to Put My Baby Up for Adoption
When you are facing an unplanned pregnancy or unwanted pregnancy, you will be considering the different options you have for your pregnancy. Parenting is an obvious option but maybe you aren’t ready to be a parent or don’t want to be a parent. There is nothing wrong with not wanting parent a child. Terminating the pregnancy is also an option but it doesn’t have to be your only option. Sometimes women feel like this is their only option if they don’t want to parent. That’s just not true. Adoption is an option as well.
Adoption is a positive, healthy choice and while it can be difficult, it can also be a loving, rewarding experience. Often, the key to achieving a positive experience during the adoption process is to reflect on your motivation or reason for wanting to choose adoption in the first place. Some reasons that expectant mothers often ending up choosing adoption are:
- financial instability or lack of support supplies to raise a child
- fear of being a single-parent as a result of an unknown or an unsupportive birth father
- addiction or drug/alcohol abuse
- sexual abuse or assault
- family opposition to keeping the child, or
- age (too young or older age).
If you are considering adoption for any of the above reasons, or honestly, ANY other reason, do not get consumed with the stereotypes that come with placing a child with adoption. None of these reasons make you any less of a mother or a parent or a person!
Choosing adoption allows you –especially if you are in a situation where you feel that you cannot raise a child– to trust that your child will be raised in a loving, safe home that can provide him/her with all the opportunities possible in life. It’s also an opportunity to bring a child into the life of a family who otherwise it might not be possible for.
In modern adoption, a relationship can be developed between the adoptive family and you as the birth parent. All parties can remain in contact with one another through open adoption. Open adoption is a way to stay connected with your child post-adoption. Open adoption allows the birth parent to stay in communication (which can involve talking through social media, pictures, writing letters, in-person visits, and more) with the child and to have a presence in his/her life. Of course, a closed adoption is also an option but we are seeing some level of openness more and more in todays’ adoptions.
Adoption is a brave, intentional, and
selfless decision to give a child a better life.
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.