Ages: 3 - 7
Five siblings--one, two or three families needed: Autom, Jericho and Owen are part of a sibling group of five children (see link to Tyeral and Josephine) for whom their adoption team hopes to find one experienced couple with above-average parenting skills. Such a family would have to be equally committed to the lifetime successes of each child.
Ages: 7 - 16
Ages: 12 - 13
More than anything, these two sweet kids, Shyanne and Travis, want to be together. They look forward to the day a family will provide the love, structure, and support they need. A family's willingness to help them stay connected with extended family will be the cornerstone of building their trust in relationships that last. Their unique bond and obvious care and concern for one another is inspiring. They have been through many difficult things together, and now they want to begin making fun, positive memories together in a safe and loving family.
Ages: 9 - 11
These sisters are close--no doubt about it. They play well together most of the time. Their foster mom says there is the normal amount of sibling rivalry one would expect, but they are also a strong support for each other. They need a family where they are the only children in the home. Folks who have solid experience and knowledge of trauma and the triggers that challenge emotions would be the most successful with providing the safety, boundaries and dependable routine that helps them master anxiety and the losses they have experienced. That could make such a difference in their lives!
Ages: 16 - 17
For two boisterous, active siblings, the search is on to match their personalities and attitudes with an adoptive family. They love to tease each other and laugh together. If you are a quiet, sedate couple that insists on strict order, these children wouldn't fit your family. If you value teens who work out their own compromises and learn by doing, you might be a perfect fit!
Ages: 10 - 12
Ty and Josie are a dynamic, fun, bonded sibling pair looking for a family together. They are currently in separate foster homes and would love to be reunited! The adoption team is looking for a family who wants to keep siblings together, but the team would also consider separate families with a commitment to helping the children keep strong ties