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Adoptions team celebrates record number of forever families

Hamilton County caseworkers helped 141 children find forever families in 2017, celebrating the most adoptions in agency history. The previous high was 135 in 2007. (Agency records only go back…

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Last day to donate sweats

Today is the last day to donate sweats at any Sibcy Cline office. Donate by 5 p.m. to day to the Sweet Sweats for Love campaign.  Foster kids often take…

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Meet Bryce

 

Bryce is an intelligent young man who excels at school when he puts his mind to it. He enjoys reading, especially Harry Potter books and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. He recently read three chapter books in one night!  Bryce also enjoys competitive sports, including football and basketball. He wants to be on a team one day.

When Bryce has free time, he enjoys spending the afternoon being outside and fishing. He would like a home where he can be the only child.

 

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About the kids

Most of our kids who are available and waiting for adoption in Hamilton County are older than 10. Younger kids usually are adopted by their extended family or their foster parents. The younger kids who are available for adoption are typically parts of sibling groups.

The children in our care have experienced some level of abuse or neglect, or they come from families who are not able to care for them because of unfortunate circumstances. Being in foster care has allowed HCJFS to provide for their safety and well-being.

But in spite of all they’ve been through, the children in our care are much like any others. They like to hang out with their friends, they have favorite toys and TV shows.

They also have hopes and dreams – especially for permanent, loving families that will provide them with the safety, stability and unconditional commitment that they deserve.

They need you now.

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