Beth is in her element when she is shopping, whether at large retail stores or thrift stores. She has a green thumb and takes great care of her plants.
Rocco is looking for a family who will provide continued structure and can find creative ways to guide him as he transitions into adulthood.
Niqco desires a loving, dedicated, and patient family who would have family mealtimes or perhaps watch 'Not Enough Nelsons' together.
Jennalee is open to many different family dynamics; she would likely thrive in a family with a positive female parental figure or older sister.
The Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) is both a broad-based cooperative effort and a centralized information and facilitation service funded and overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.
SWAN includes county children and youth agencies, juvenile court judges, foster and adoptive parents, private adoption agencies, the Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange and many others, all working together on behalf of children who need permanent homes. The SWAN program serves children in the custody of county children and youth agencies. The design of the network is to support the work of county agencies in expediting permanency services.
The children featured in the Photo Album are some of our
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The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS), which is in part comprised of the Office of Children, Youth, and Families (OCYF) complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.