A Child Waits 8-17-19

Chase

Chase, 17, carries a natural curiosity about the world! For this friendly teen, music and songwriting are an important part of his life.

Chase is a talented songwriter and would choose to have the superpower of rapping. When he needs a creative break, he enjoys sports, especially playing and watching soccer. Chase also appreciates spending time with friends, playing pool and using social media.

A sweet young man, he prefers the color black and never turns down a slice of delicious pizza or a trip to his favorite Mexican restaurant. A fun fact about this guy is that he knows some Spanish. Chase would love to travel to Mexico and become fluent in Spanish.

He is in the 10th grade.

Chase is a member of the Choctaw tribe. His caseworker will consider all family types, regardless of American Indian status. He would do best in a two-parent family residing in a more urban area, with pets in the home. Chase identifies closely with his Hispanic heritage and culture. He will need to remain in contact with his siblings following placement.

His caseworker says, “Chase has a strong desire to belong, and wants a family who will accept him and help him succeed.” Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services. Chase lives in Oklahoma. Child ID: 188838

Child profiles are provided by The Adoption Exchange at www.adoptex.org. For more information about waiting children, contact the Exchange at 800-451-5246.

An approved adoption home study is required to be considered for placement of a child. Children can be placed across state lines, so Wyoming families are encouraged to inquire, regardless of the child’s current state of residence.

For information about becoming an adoptive parent, contact the Wyoming Children’s Society at 307-632-7619 or visit www.wyomingcs.org.

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