A Miracle for Two Sisters

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Pick a kid. Any kid. More details to come.

Statistics

In Arizona, as of March 31, 2014, there were 15,751 children who were placed in out-of-home care due to neglect, abandonment or abuse. Of the total number of children in out-of-home care 3,417 had a case plan goal of adoption; 70 percent of these children are generally adopted by relatives or foster parents.

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Jessica

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Jessica’s dream for her future is “to have a family and a successful life”.

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Jessica is a spunky soccer player who proudly states that on her co-ed soccer team, she is only 1 of 5 girls on the whole team. She hopes to become a cosmetologist when she gets older.

Jessica loves spicy food and easily notes that Takis are her favorite snack. When it comes to her favorite meal, Jessica could always go for a carne asada burrito.

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Going to the waterpark and swimming are two of Jessica’s favorite summertime activities. When it gets cold outside, Jessica enjoys traveling to the mountains so she can see the snow.

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Jessica says she is a good friend because she’s a great listener and is always there for her friends and older siblings. Jessica admits she is protective of those she cares about.

Family relationships are important to her.  Jessica is very hesitant to move out of state as her siblings are in Arizona and she does not want to lose their connection. Her ideal forever family will have female parents and will support visits with her siblings.

Jessica was born in 2002..

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This entry was posted on January 17, 2015 by in Arizona, cps, foster care and tagged , , , .
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