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Featured Child

Corey, 16, has a great sense of humor and loves meeting new people, especially when he can make them laugh. Corey is very athletic and loves the outdoors.


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Featured Siblings

Blake, 14, Destiny, 13, and Cayden, 10, are an active trio! Singing, skateboarding, and drawing are among their many interests.


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Family Story

Adopting four children with special needs has opened up a world of love and learning for the entire Poole family.


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  News and Announcements

Posted 6/22/2016

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More single men are adopting

An article in the Louisville Courier-Journal reports that single men adopting children is a nationally growing trend and features stories of several fathers, including one who adopted from foster care.

Posted 6/17/2016

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Applauding graduates—and the system that supported them

A columnist with the San Gabriel Valley Tribune writes about a special graduation ceremony held at the Disney Hall in Los Angeles, where 173 youth in foster care received college scholarships totaling nearly $1 million.

Posted 6/9/2016

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Picture your family on our new website

This summer, we will be launching a redesigned, mobile-friendly AdoptUSKids website. We are holding a family photo contest to collect high quality photos of real families to feature on our new site. All families who submit photos will be entered into a drawing for a new iPad mini 2.

Posted 5/2/2016

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May is National Foster Care Month

Foster families change children's lives. Each May, we celebrate the contributions of parents, individuals, and professionals who work to give children in foster care a stable life and hope for the future.

Posted 2/26/2016

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"A Family Adds Five Children, Special Needs and All"

This New York Times article shares the story of how a Texas family who was ready to take a break from fostering ended up adopting five children—bringing the total number of children in their home to seven.

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