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17-Year-Old Soon to Age Out of Foster Care Pleads to Be Adopted by ‘Anyone Who Will Take Me’

 (YouTube Screenshot | KFOR Oklahoma's News 4)
(YouTube Screenshot | KFOR Oklahoma’s News 4)

In just a few short months, a 17-year-old boy named Haven will age out of foster care and be forced to fend for himself. He’s now desperately seeking a family to call his own.

The teen living in Oklahoma City has been in the custody of the Oklahoma Department of Humans Services since he was 12 years old. After living in a shelter for the past five years, he says that he is losing hope that a forever family will adopt him. With his upcoming 18th birthday in October 2019, time is now running out for Haven . . .

Read more by Michael Wing at the Epoch Times

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