Vaz from Pennsylvania
Meet Vaz. When Vaz was asked about permanency, he responded with, ?I would like to find somewhere to go and eventually be adopted if the family were a good fit.? Vaz is a very intelligent young man. He is currently taking college classes online for Forensic Pathology. Vaz is a country boy and would love to live in the country where he is able to hunt and ride quads. Below is what Vaz was able to say about himself that he would like a potential family to know: ?I am very quiet and learn best with hands-on learning. I am a bookworm and would love a home with a family who has a book collection. I can build almost anything that I put my mind to. I learn quickly and I am more than willing to work. I am an animal person and would love to own my own dog one day. I love listening to music. I learn quickly and I am able to retain information and remember things well. I think that I am a very good judge of character. I sometimes feel over protective of people that I care about. I will admit, sometimes I can be short tempered. I enjoy writing my thoughts and feelings down. I believe that I can be trusted and I am a family person. One day I wish to have tattoos and would like to grow my hair. I am 18 years old. I have my permit and wish to get my driver's license.? Vaz would do well in a two-parent home, but would be willing to consider a single parent home. He is unsure about younger siblings. Vaz has hopes and dreams for his future, and is hoping to find a family who will be there to love and support him. Parental rights have been terminated for Vaz. For more information, a family can call the SWAN Helpline at 1-800-585-SWAN or have the family worker contact the recruiter, Cady Griffith, via telephone or email email@example.com.