Safe Place to Stay
Providing Accommodations for Birth Mothers
An unplanned pregnancy can be an emotional experience. Additionally, it can come at a time when you're not living in a stable home or an environment in which you feel safe. At Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Reno, we understand that having a comfortable place to stay and take care of yourself and the baby is important. Our team is committed to providing welcoming and compassionate guidance, and we are here to answer all of your questions about our services and the adoption process.
Support Without Judgment
We understand that you might have various reasons for feeling that your current living situation is not conducive to facilitating a healthy pregnancy. For instance, you might not feel safe, or you may not want the people you're living with to know that you're pregnant. Whatever your reason is, you can be confident that when you come to us for help, we will not pass judgment on you. Our focus is on the health of you and the baby.
We can assist you in locating a safe place to stay. You will be able to attend to other important matters, such as going to prenatal doctor visits, maintaining a healthy diet, and getting adequate exercise.
Focused on Your Health and Wellness
At Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Reno, we genuinely care about your emotional, financial, and physical wellbeing. That is why we offer a variety of services for birth mothers who are going through the adoption process.
If you are pregnant and considering making an adoption plan for your child, our team can discuss our accommodation options with you. We are available to take calls from birth mothers 24/7, and we will remain sensitive to your situation, keeping all of our interactions with you confidential.
In Adoption, Birth Mothers Receive Medical and Legal Support
In Adoption, Pregnancy Related Expenses are Covered for All Birth Mothers
Birth Mothers Can Call Us 24/7
Supportive & Non-Judgmental Counsel
The Birth Mother Chooses the Adoptive Family
We Provide Surrogacy Services for Gestational Carriers and Intended Parents