You can’t have a baby here in Santa Cruz.
You’ll have to leave the state.
And you’ll need to change your name, too.
In the city of Santa Cruz, where many couples are choosing to adopt, there’s no longer any need to choose between two options.
In fact, if you’re in the process of becoming a parent, the city is offering to match your adoption fee.
That means if you were to adopt a baby, you’ll get $300 to help cover your adoption costs.
But that’s just the beginning.
We asked the city what else it’s offering for couples adopting, and found that it includes: a $50 adoption voucher to use on your own adoption fee, which can be used to buy diapers, baby wipes, and more.
Plus, the Santa Cruz City Council will donate a $10 gift card to every eligible person in your family who is a registered adoptee.
For couples who don’t adopt, that means your donation will help cover their adoption costs, too, and it will be used for the costs of the child’s first month in a newly-named home.
In addition, the council is also offering to provide $25 per child in adoption fees, and the council says that each child in your home will get a $25 voucher for the first month.
So, for example, if your child’s adoption fee is $2,000, your child will get $100, while if your adoption fees are $5,000 your child gets $100.
In Santa Cruz the adoption fee isn’t a big deal; it’s just another benefit of living in the city.
The council says it has also partnered with the city’s child welfare agency to make sure every child has a safe and loving home.
But it doesn’t stop there.
The city also has plans to create a special adoption fund for the homeless.
In an effort to reduce the number of adoptions that occur in Santa Rosa, the mayor and council are also proposing a new $1 million fund to help low-income families in the area.
The new fund will also provide funds to provide services for children in the community, including a new adoption center that will be open for adoption beginning on August 1.
This new fund is part of a larger initiative called “The New Santa Cruz.”
As part of the initiative, the county has also pledged to create two new adoption centers in the coming years.
The first is to be located in the Westside area of Santa Rosa and will be in partnership with the local community.
The second is to open in December in the Northside neighborhood.
The plan is to start with the new center in November 2019 and finish in January 2021.
That plan calls for the opening of the center in December 2019, which will include a reception and adoption event.
Both of these adoption centers are expected to open by the end of 2021.
The two new centers will have the capacity to house between 150 and 200 children.
The adoption fee that couples in Santa Clarita are currently paying is $25.
That fee covers a single adoption fee for two people, so it’s not a huge number, but the council hopes that the new adoption fund will allow the city to start a new process for adopting children in Santa Clara County.
For the past couple of years, Santa Cruz has been trying to find a solution for its homeless population.
The county has offered a number of ways to provide support, including offering vouchers for food, clothing, and shelter.
The funding for the new funding will come from a separate fund that will go to homeless families in need.
The Santa Cruz council said it will use the funds to help families transition into new homes.
The program will also offer a one-year $100 voucher that couples can use to purchase diapers, wipes, baby formula, and other supplies for adoption.
If you want to adopt but you don’t live in Santa Barbara County, you can also use the new fund for adoption at the new Santa Barbara Community Center.
The community center will be opening in December, and will include all of the same services as the community center in Santa Fe.
The $1,000 adoption fee will be a temporary measure until the new services are available in the Santa Barbara area.