A network of adoptive families, birth families, and adoption professionals which exists to improve the lives of children and others touched by adoption through support and education. UFA is actively engaged in community outreach and advocacy to raise awareness of adoption as a loving option.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Matching Mondays ~ Brian age 15 is hoping to be adopted!

"There are wonderful kids that need families. We don’t believe there are any unwanted kids—we just believe there are unfound families. This is a great time to say, “Hey, maybe I can do that,” or, “Maybe I know someone great that can adopt.” Michael loves me unconditionally, and it’s a beautiful, wonderful love. And there are so many people missing out on it, that Id love for them to be able to experience it. So you know, turn around and get out of your comfort zone a little bit. Realize there is a life and a world outside of what you know, and it may impact your life in a very positive way."                                                                  ~Leigh Anne Tuohy

Full of optimism and adventure, Brian has an engaging personality! Brian is big on playing basketball, skateboarding, or just being in the outdoors. He also loves to eat out with friends and he hopes to go out one day with a loving family of his own. He is respectful and mindful of others and is quite the conversationalist!

Brian is an intelligent young man and is currently in the tenth grade. He would thrive with a family who can support him academically. He benefits from counseling, which will need to continue after placement.

This great kid is in need of a family that can provide him with the stability and support he deserves. If your family is interested in this future artist we urge you to inquire. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services.

This is a LEGAL RISK ADOPTIVE PLACEMENT. In a legal risk adoptive placement, it is expected that the family will eventually adopt the child, even though the birth parents’ rights have not been fully terminated at the time of placement.

For Utah children, only homestudied families from all states are encouraged to inquire.
 You can inquire about these children we feature by clicking on their names above to go to their profile page or you can contact The Utah Adoption Exchange by calling:  801.265.0444

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