A Waiting Child: Zoe

Posted at 1:30 PM, May 13, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-13 15:30:22-04

MISSOULA – This month’s A Waiting Child is an outgoing 15-year-old from Missoula who loves animals.

“I have a sense of humor, I’m very outgoing, I like to try new things,” Zoe said.

She loves playing with puppies because of their unconditional love and companionship and Zoe is looking for those same things in a family.

“I want someone that’s going to stick with me through the rough and the good, that’d be great,” Zoe said.

She’d like a single mom or a family with younger siblings, “A safe spot, or a support system, where I can go and I’m not going to be judged.:”

Zoe is going to be a sophomore in the fall and her favorite subject is science, “Earth Science, that’s pretty cool actually.”

She wants to be a dentist when she graduates. “I just found dentistry really interesting. You get to work with other people, help them out.”

Zoe also loves music, hiking and playing hackysack with her friends. “Friends are very important to me, I love to spend time with my friends.”

She wants a family that will support and encourage her to achieve her goals.

“I like to be free, I like to be who I am. If someone’s gonna help me do that then that’d be awesome,” Zoe told MTN NewsxMissoula, Katie Miller, MTN News.

You can contact the Montana Department of Health and Human Services for information about adoption and/or fostering at 1-866-9-FOSTER (1-866-936-7837).

Children who are available for adoption through the Child & Family Services Division of the Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services have been removed from their own families because of abuse, neglect, or other family problems that make it unsafe for them to remain at home.

The rights of their parents have been terminated making the children available for adoption.

Who May Adopt? Either married couples or single adults who have an approved pre-placement evaluation or adoptive home study may adopt in the State of Montana.

How do I get a home study? If you live in Montana, you may begin the process by contacting your county office of Child and Family Services. If you live outside of Montana, contact your state or local office that provides these services.

What about training?  Montana Child and Family Services requires and provides special training to all of our foster and adoptive parents.  The training is offered at various times and places around the State of Montana.  If you live in Montana, information is available from your county CFS office.  If you live outside of Montana, contact your state or local office that provides these services.

Click here to learn more about child adoption in Montana.