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As we honor the mothers in our lives in May, WACAP is making a special offer to families who submit their adoption applications by May 31. Families will save $100 ...
—Tre’Vell is an attractive young teen who is very engaged in school. Described as a...
“I must tell you that I saw your agency at work firsthand while I was in Russia. It was because of that work that I wanted to make contact with you should I consider adopting again.” - Nancy
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Sarah came home in 2002 at 2.5 years old. She was anxious, unsure and afraid of many things most toddlers take for granted as being a part of their life. She did not like stuffed animals (or real ones for that matter!) Anything that had eyes had to go from her room. Over time her personality begain to emerge. In fact, now at 11, Sarah is hilariously funny. She has a very witty sense of humor and cracks everyone up! She plays soccer, chess and LOVES to cook. She is a confident girl, who will master whatever she puts her mind to. Her arm (she has brachial plexus palsy which left her with only partial use of her right arm and hand) has NEVER slowed her down. Nor does she feel sorry for herself. I overheard her one day tell another child who must have inquired about her arm, "that's just the way I am". WACAP was such a huge help to us all the way through the process. Sarah came home and just fit right in with the rest of the clan - almost like she had been there all along!
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