A six-year-old Houston boy is looking for a family to adopt him. His siblings have already found adoptive homes.
16-year-old Ronnie believes teenagers need a loving, permanent home just as much as younger kids. "Still get a family to love on you until you’re eligible to get your own stuff," he said.
Houston-area siblings Eddie, 14, and Rayne, 12, live in separate foster homes but are looking to be adopted together.
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The three Houston brothers — 5-year-old Antwann, 7-year-old Anthony and 8-year-old Artavius — have been in foster care for two years.
Jay has been in foster care for the past three years. Parental rights are now terminated. He’s waiting for the right family to adopt him, a wait that is never easy.
In January, we introduced you to Sheila and Teri. Thousands of people from all around the world saw the story and contacted Depelchin Children’s Center wanting to adopt the sisters.
Studies have shown children placed with a sibling feel more stability, form stronger bonds with their adoptive parents, and are more successful throughout life.
Depelchin Children's Center wants to help two brothers find a forever home. Former Texans NFL player Jarrett Dillard met the boys on the practice field. The Texas Bowl raises money to support the programs at the Depelchin Children's Center.
Julissa wants a family who will help her realize her dream of going to college to become a veterinarian, plus a family that likes to have fun on the weekends.
They've adopted two girls through Depelchin Children's Center with both requiring multiple surgeries and ongoing therapies. Along with a biological daughter and an adopted baby boy, the family of six celebrates each milestone they reach.
This Houston gay couple shared their story of adoption, hoping to inspire others in the process.
Jasmine, 13, loves dance and cheer. She wants a loving, permanent family.
"I want a family that takes good care of me, helps me with my homework, go outside and play football with me."
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More children in the Texas foster care system are finding homes than ever before.
They say it doesn’t matter what kind of family adopts them, just as long as they’re reunited.
Two sisters are looknig for a family to foster and adopt them together.
Across the Houston area, there is a need for parents wanting to adopt older children.
May is National Foster Care Awareness month. Many times siblings in foster care are separated and grow up not knowing one another, but Sally MacDonald introduces us to one boy who has reconnected with his sister years after the pair was torn apart.