Class Schedule 2017
Local Classes for Prospective Foster and Adoptive Families
June 3, through June 24 9am-2pm. Four Saturdays in a row.
October 5 through Nov. 16 6-9 pm for seven consecutive Thursday evenings.
Orientation required prior to admittance.
Call Shunda Jones 770-233-6148 or 404-387-1029 to schedule.
Our Special Needs Children Need You!
Foster and Adoptive homes are needed for children of all ages, social-economic levels, and ethnic groups. However, our greatest need is homes for our Special Needs Children:
- School-Aged Children
- Sibling Groups
- Children with Special Medical Needs
- Children with Emotional Disabilities
Below are a few children who are currently available for adoption in the state of Georgia. For a complete listing, please visit ItsMyTurnNowGA.com.
Tahgie, born 9/05, is a smart and friendly African American girl who enjoys spending time with her friends and reading. She earns good grades at school where she gets along well with the other kids. Tahgie needs a loving, attentive, supportive and nurturing adoptive family who will support her desire to maintain her relationship with her foster family as well as her ongoing need for therapy.
Future geologist or archeologist Caleb, born 7/06, is a funny, open, articulate, smart, outgoing, inquistive and adventurous Caucasian boy who will try just about anything and is very interested in science, especially anything to do with rocks, bugs or reptiles, and learning how things are made. He enjoys building with Legos, playing soccer, reading, riding his bike, playing video games and listening to all kinds of music. Caleb also enjoys watching action movies, playing cards, watching funny TV shows and watching football games. His favorite team is the Georgia Bulldogs. At school, where a highly-motivated and attentive Caleb works hard to excel in all of his subjects and earns As, he loves to help his teacher, spend time with his friends, and learn new things, especially about science. Caleb needs a loving adoptive family who will provide him with the attention, encouragement, support and nurturing environment he needs to continue to thrive and reach his goals. His family will also need to support his desire to maintain his relationship with his brother, who has been planned for separately, as well as his need for ongoing therapy and academic assistance.
Anthony “AJ”, born 1/03, is an easygoing African American teen who enjoys going places, playing football and basketball, and watching football games, especially when the Falcons are playing. He also enjoys listening to rap music, watching funny movies, and watching TV shows like ‘Malcom in the Middle’. At school, AJ earns good grades, gets along well with the other kids and enjoys learning about math. He plans to attend college after graduating from high school. AJ needs a loving, attentive, supportive and nurturing adoptive family who will help him reach his goals and support his need for ongoing therapy.