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Tina Needs an Adoptive Family!

Tina is described as a smart, introverted and independent girl! Although she has a quieter personality, she becomes passionate when talking about something she cares deeply about.

Like many fourteen-year-old girls, Tina enjoys getting dressed up, doing her makeup for the day, daydreaming about her future husband and listening to boy bands! She works very hard in school and studies well, motivated by the hope of a successful future. Her caregivers say she is intelligent, makes sensible decisions and has many friends at school. When asked to describe herself, Tina says she is cheerful, kind and gentle. In her quiet time, she enjoys drawing and reading. On the weekends, she enjoys seeing movies or shopping with friends.

Tina longs to have a secure and permanent family. Tina needs an adoptive family who is knowledgeable of or willing to learn about older child adoption and parenting teenagers. She is diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and takes medication to manage her symptoms. The ideal adoptive family for Tina will use Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) methods to help Tina feel loved and accepted in their family and encourage her to be her best self.

Tina’s face is hidden here due to country restrictions on privacy. To see more photos and learn more about her, please email us at [email protected].

Currently we are only able to accept families in states with Holt branch offices, including California, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Washington and Wisconsin.

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