adoption in reno Need Unplanned Pregnancy Help?
Pressure free adoption support in Reno, Nevada

Unplanned Pregnancy?
You have options. Let us help.

If you are an adoptive parent, please click HERE.

Reno Adoption Agencies

Experiencing an unplanned pregnancy can be a scary time in a woman’s life. If you are pregnant in Reno, Nevada (or nearby) and considering giving your baby up for adoption, first understand that you are not giving up. Not being ready to parent is completely okay! Not only are you not alone in this decision but you are among a brave, loving group of women who chose the same! Adoption is a healthy choice and can be a rewarding experience. Especially with an adoption center who is here to provide support, care, and understanding as well as the work with birth mothers through the adoption process in Reno.

Adoption Choices of Nevada are licensed, local, non-profit adoption agencies in Reno serving birth parents and adoptive families across Nevada. With an adoption team in Reno, we have the knowledge and experience to help place your unborn or newborn baby for adoption now. We specialize in private infant or newborn baby adoption. Often pregnant women reach out to us during their pregnancy, through the birth, placement, and post-placement counseling, support, and communication.

During your pregnancy we can offer financial support for pregnancy related expenses, housing and transportation assistance, access to medical care, and counseling. All at no expense to the birth mother. Making an adoption plan with our professionals means full support in every way! Whether she needs maternity clothes, food, or utility bills paid, we can help!

Find out as much as you can about the Reno adoption process before making the final decision to place your baby for adoption by contacting our adoption center in Reno.

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: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) or at 775-825-4673 (Reno) 

Adoption Agencies in Nevada

If you are in Nevada and searching “adoption agencies near me“, there is an adoptive family waiting for you and we are the adoption agency that can help you create an adoption plan to place your baby for adoption. We offer 100% confidential services across Reno Nevada. We will never judge you, pressure you, nor coerce you into choosing adoption. We believe in supporting birth mothers with an open mind.

We can help with financial assistance – rent, groceries, maternity clothes, and more. Women do not get paid for choosing adoption nor can you sell your baby. But, in addition to receiving free services, you may be eligible for financial assistance when putting a baby up for adoption in Reno.

We are a non-faith based adoption center which means we are not religiously affiliated. We work with individuals and families of various religious backgrounds as well as non-religious adoptive families. If finding an adoptive family with no religious affiliation is important to you, we can help! If finding an adoptive family with specific religious values is important to you, we can also help!

Why Choose Adoption Choices of Nevada in Reno?

If you are pregnant,  a prospective birth mother and you’re wondering, “Can I put a baby up for adoption in Reno?” Yes, you can, and without fear of judgment or “requirements” to do so. Why should I choose adoption for my baby with Adoption Choices?

  • Adoption is always an option for you, with us, regardless of your circumstances.
  • There are no requirements preventing you from starting your adoption process.
  • We can provide a unique level of service and adoption support because we are licensed, nonprofit, and many of our adoption professionals have also been through the adoption process.
  • We can provide financial assistance, safe housing, access to legal and medical care.
  • We offer no pressure adoption services.
  • You can contact us and discuss your adoption pregnancy options confidential at no obligation to choose adoption.
  • Adoption with our center is always free to you as the birth parents.
  • You can choose Christian families or non-religious adoptive families to adopt your baby.
  • You can choose adoption whether you have used alcohol or drugs in the past or are using them now and we can help you find treatment.
  • You do not have to have a specific type of relationship with your baby’s father to be able to pursue adoption. Whether you are married or single, in a relationship or not, and whether the father of your baby is supportive or unsupportive of your adoption, or is uninvolved or unknown, you may still pursue an adoption plan with our Reno adoption center.

If you are an adoptive parent, please click HERE.

Nevada Adoption Laws & Statutes

What birth parent expenses may be paid, and in what time period?

Medical, legal, counseling, and necessary living expenses. As a licensed agency, Adoption Choices of Nevada can help!

Who Can Adopt in Nevada?

Any adult who is at least ten years older than the child if adopting a minor may adopt. If the adoptee is an adult, any adult who is older than the adoptee may adopt.

Can adoptive parents advertise for birth parents?


Can out-of-state residents finalize an adoption?


Can adopting parents use an adoption facilitator or another paid intermediary?

Yes, but only a licensed individual may act as an adoption facilitator.

Can adopting parents use an adoption facilitator or another paid intermediary?

Yes, but only a licensed individual may act as an adoption facilitator.

Is there a putative father registry?


When can consent to adoption be granted?

72 hours after birth.

When does consent become irrevocable? If consent is revoked, is return to birth parent automatic?

After signing.

Are post-adoption contact agreements legally enforceable?

Both parties (the adopting parents and the birth parents) may petition to the court, but contact must begin at most 120 days after the agreement was reached.

Nevada Open Records Statutes

Is there an adoption registry?

Yes, Nevada’s Division of Child and Family Services offers Nevada Adoption Registry Services.

Who may access information about an adoption?

Adoptees age 18 or older, birth parents, and persons related within the third degree to the adoptee may register for the exchange of identifying information. Adoptive parents medical records and medical and sociological history of the child and the birth parents, excluding any identifying information.

Who may apply for an adoptee’s original birth certificate (OBC)?

The OBC is available only with a court order.