Then There Were Ten

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Then There Were Ten

Bradley Mattes   |   May 25, 2017

Josh and Jessaka Clark had a budding family in Georgia.  With their young son, Noah, life was good.  But the parents felt something was missing.  Even before meeting, both Josh and Jessaka planned to adopt at some point in their lives — and just got their wish.  Weeks ago, the Clarks went from a family of three to a family of ten.  They adopted seven siblings who had spent nearly four years in foster care.  It’s truly a beautiful story, but one of the reasons children stay in foster care so long is the lengthy and laborious adoption process.  It took the Clarks over two years to complete the adoption.  Just qualifying to adopt took fourteen months.  We can safeguard the children involved without making an encumbered process.  Let’s find forever homes faster.

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