Utah is home to many adoption services and is also served by several national agencies. While the list below isn't a comprehensive index of all adoptions resources, it's a solid beginning for your research.
We don't endorse any resource in particular, but suggest you look for ethical providers with experience in your unique situation.
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Utah Private Adoption
National Domestic Adoption Agencies
Utah International Adoption Agencies
Adoption Tax Credit
Tax benefits for adoption include both a tax credit for qualified adoption expenses paid to adopt an eligible child and an exclusion from income for employer-provided adoption assistance. The credit is nonrefundable, which means it's limited to your tax liability for the year. However, any credit in excess of your tax liability may be carried forward for up to five years. The maximum amount (dollar limit) for 2022 is $14,890 per child.
Help Us Adopt
HelpUsAdopt.org, founded in 2007, is a national 501(c)(3) adoption grant program. HelpUsAdopt.org was founded by Becky and Kipp Fawcett as a response to their own personal adoption experience in an effort to make adoption more feasible for all families.