Second step: assessment and licensing The state Office of Licensing determines if a family and their home meet the minimum requirements for health and safety. A license may then be issued if the family and their home meet the minimum requirements.
The state reimburses up to ,000 of these costs – which generally covers costs to families.
If you are brand new to the adoption process, it is highly recommended that you attend one or the other of The Adoption Exchange’s Adoption Options class or Adopting Through Foster Care class.
The classes are offered once a month and trade off every other month.
At the same website is Utah’s Adoption Connection Lending Library.
It is just one of a variety of post-adoption services provided by The Adoption Exchange.