Are you pregnant and need help?
Facing an unplanned pregnancy is one of the most difficult times in a woman’s life. However, you are not alone.
Our team of professionals will guide you through the decision-making process with confidential counseling and education about available options that include adoption or parenting. Our priority is to help you make an informed decision based on the best possible outcome for you and your unborn child. We also provide comprehensive support services that include decision-making support and conflict resolution skills, as well as referrals to legal, medical, and community resources.
If you choose to parent, we will connect you to community resources designed to help you become an effective parent. If you choose an adoption plan for your child, we will guide you through this process. Either way, we’re here to help you determine the best decision for you and your baby.
You can get in touch with an Idaho Youth Ranch Adoptions Specialist by calling:
(208) 667-1898 (daytime)
(208) 818-6124 (after hours)
If you prefer e-mail, please contact Donna Euler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in adopting?
When a child is united with a family, amazing things transpire. Memories are made, challenges are overcome, and lives are enriched.
Since 1983, Idaho Youth Ranch has worked with adoptive parents to provide loving, stable homes for newborns and children through the miracle of adoption. The adoption process can be complex and is often viewed as being “overwhelming” by adoptive couples. However, our experienced social workers—who have nearly 50 years of combined adoption experience–provide advocacy, guidance, support
Choose Your Adoption Preference
Idaho Youth Ranch Adoptions offers information and guidance regarding many types of adoption, including:
- Infant Adoption
- Trans-Racial Adoption
- Foster Adoption
- Special Needs Adoption
- International Adoption
- Step-Parent Adoption
- Independent Adoption
- Embryo Adoption
We are available to help you decide which type of adoption is best for your family. Information regarding program fees, your participation in a home study, and the adoption process, in general, is available upon request.