Search and Reunion

Utah law permits adult adoptees the right to obtain non-identifying, detailed genetic and social history with regard to their biological family. Adoptive parents should receive the state forms entitled "Birth Father's (and/or) Birth Mother's Non-identifying Information for Adoption Registry" at the time of finalization. Read More

Just For Youth

There are many support for youth that have spent time information care.
Visit the Just For Youth web site to get more information.

Basic Supports for Older Adopted Youth

Depending upon how old you were at the time of your adoption, there are other basic supports available to you. Read More

Youth adopted at age 13 years and older are eligible for federal Pell grants that pay tuition expenses, and often for books or other expenses.