A Child's Dream of Nevada

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6671 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Bldg. D, Suite #210
Las Vegas, NV 89119
United States

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We at A Child’s Dream, a licensed adoption agency, are here to help you with your adoption plan. Whether you are dealing with an unplanned/unwanted pregnancy or hoping to adopt a newborn baby, our adoption counselors are here to answer your questions and work with you individually in the adoption process as adoption facilitators. Our staff is experienced in assisting birth parents looking to place their infant (and sometimes older children) and adoptive parents who want to add a child to their family.

Other adoption services include social worker assistance, a home study provider, outside counseling, legal assistance with an adoption attorney, and comprehensive birth mother assistance (no cost). Our extensive and proven adoption network allows us to offer baby adoption as an abortion alternative in cases of teenage pregnancy or otherwise. Teen pregnancy is treated with the utmost confidence. A Child’s Dream handles domestic adoptions, from closed to open adoption, and can match compatible birth parents to adoptive parents when Christian adoption is a preference.

Placing a child for adoption can be complicated and emotional on both sides—let us be your guide. Adoption agencies differ significantly. Adoptive parents find a Child’s Dream. We are proud of our personal touch and believe this sets us apart from other adoption agencies.

A Licensed Child Placing Agency

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  • Adoption

Requirements to become a foster parent

Support Payments

As a foster parent in Nevada, you receive monthly board and support payments. These stipends cover the child's everyday care costs, such as food, lodgings, and other daily incidentals. The payable amount varies depending on the child's age and needs, but payments start at $682.94 for a child under 12 with no special needs.

When entering foster care, children are also entitled to a one-off clothing allowance of up to $125.00, an emergency clothing payment of $50.00, and $28.00 each August for school supplies.

Children with physical or mental disabilities receive an additional special care allowance of up to $550.00.

Medical and Dental Coverage

The government provides Medicaid to Nevada's foster children. These payments cover both medical and dental care until the age of 21.

The foster parents are responsible for arranging any medical appointments and attending them with the child.

Training and Support Groups

There are many groups, organizations, and resources that exist to support foster parents in Nevada. Attending groups and meetings is a great way to meet other foster parents and share your experiences.

Extra training can also help foster parents provide the best environment possible.

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Antoinette Reckling
Feb 28, 2023

I've had issues every year getting pictures from the adoptive parents and this year the agency flat out told me on the phone they are refusing to fulfill there contractual obligation to act as liason between myself and adoptive parents. Absolutely heartbreaking for myself and disgusting on their part. You cannot just refuse to what is stated in our contract

Rating: 1