You do have choices.

Every adoption is unique.

Looking to Adopt?

The Sacramento Adoption Center, LLC helps adopting families implement adoption plans unique to them within budgets they establish at the outset.

Need Legal Help?

The adoption process triggers many sometimes complicated legal issues. Making sure at the outset that you’re prepared to successfully handle them all is key to a good outcome.

At the Center, adoption planning grows out of a birth mom’s love for her child.

The Sacramento Adoption Center, LLC is a private adoption organization. We work exclusively with birth parents who are choosing adoption as their parenting plan and with adopting parents who are turning to adoption to expand their families.
Here, adoptions are satisfying and uncomplicated journeys into parenting – fully informed from start to finish.

The Sacramento Adoption Center, LLC specializes in independent adoption, giving birth parents and adopting parents the chance to meet one another and be actively involved in all phases of the adoption process. We offer comprehensive services at every step:

  • To birth parents who may have legal questions or need help with pre-natal care, counseling or living expenses.
  • To adopting parents looking for an affordable, comfortable adoption experience.

Birth Moms Choosing Adoption


C is 20 years old; in her 2nd trimester; pregnant with a baby girl. C has received prenatal healthcare; is currently admitted to a residential recovery treatment program for women.


D is 28 years old; 25 weeks pregnant; Caucasian with blue eyes and brown hair. D was using drugs but says she stopped once she found out she was pregnant; is currently residing in a Northern CA community.


J is 35 years old; in her third trimester; Hispanic with brown eyes and dark brown hair; pregnant with a baby boy. J does not use drugs and does not drink. She has received consistent prenatal care since finding out she was pregnant.


V is 31 years old; in her third trimester; has Middle-Eastern heritage with hazel eyes and dark brown hair. V has admitted to using meth and marijuana daily and is a smoker. Until recently, she has not had prenatal care. This is her 5th pregnancy.


S is Caucasian; 24 years old, 3 months pregnant; is Medi-Cal eligible; baby’s gender unknown. S has twice successfully placed – baby boy and baby girl. Identity of birth father is unknown.


Sarah’s Story

I was pregnant, frightened, completely confused and overwhelmed with guilt over my pregnancy. I had given a child up for adoption just a year earlier, and I was in no condition to have or parent another baby.

I remember feeling so guilty and stupid all at the same time. I kept thinking how could I let this happen again? How can I keep this baby after having just let go of his brother? I can not lie to you, it wasn’t easy and I didn’t choose adoption because I was lazy or because I just didn’t want to be a mom. I chose it because it was what was best for my child.




S is 28 years old; 16 weeks pregnant; Caucasian; 5’2”, 115…


A is 23 years old; 20 weeks pregnant; Caucasian, 5’1”, 117…


C is Caucasian. C is 25 years old; 33 weeks pregnant; C does…