If it is not covered by the Acts, our staff will refer you to an agency that does handle your specific circumstances.
Whether you are interested in adopting a child or are considering placing your baby for adoption in Salt Lake City, you may have a number of questions about how to start the adoption process.
The following provides information about local adoption agencies, home study providers and other adoption and foster care services in Salt Lake City.
For information about foster care and foster-adoption in Salt Lake City and throughout the rest of the state, visit our Utah adoption page.
You may also learn more about the process by contacting a local foster care professional: The home study is the process in which a social worker reviews your home and family to ensure you are ready to adopt or foster a child.
Our staff is here to listen to your story and assist you in determining if it is covered by the Utah and Federal Fair Housing Acts.
If your experience is covered by the Fair Housing Acts, an attorney or advocate will investigate your claim to determine the appropriate action to take.
This work includes, but is not limited to, the following: Usually, the first step to combating housing discrimination is to file an administrative complaint with the appropriate state or federal agency.
If you want to file a housing discrimination complaint on your own, you can do so at the The Disability Law Center (DLC) is looking for people who are interested in serving as testers in its Fair Housing Testing Program.
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