Ellie, age 6, and Mikey, age 8

Ellie and Mikey have experienced a lot of chaos in their young lives. They have been exposed to drug use, domestic violence, and other situations that young children should be kept safe from. Their parents’ rights are terminated and they need to be adopted by a forever family. Mikey loves sports, especially football and soccer. He is very polite and helpful. Ellie is very attached to her brother and wants to be with him all the time. She does well with rules and responds well to love. She is polite, loving, and meticulous.


Marcy, age 11

Marcy is a sweet young girl who needs a forever home. She has a very sad trauma history, which has made her incredibly resilient. She struggles to communicate verbally and has been diagnosed with autism, but she is very smart and loves learning. She is driven and will keep trying at new tasks until she gets them down. Marcy is remorseful when she does something wrong. She is considerate and will try to console peers when they’re upset. She loves reading, slime, music, YouTube videos, and Charlie Brown Valentine’s Day.


Lilly, age 12

Lilly has experienced neglect, homelessness, and exposure to domestic violence and drug use. Her parents’ rights are terminated and she needs to be adopted. She is quirky and can be deliberate in her processing, but has done a lot of work in therapy to prepare for a foster family. She is described as sweet and approachable, and she loves swimming and playing games with others.


Sam – Age 5:

Sam was removed from his parents because of physical abuse. This is the second time he has been removed from his home. He has been diagnosed with autism and struggles understanding how to play with other children, although he really wants to make friends! He is a good sleeper, loves adults, and loves animals. He is very sweet and cuddly. Sam needs a safe family who can take care of him while his mother does the work needed to return Sam to her care.


Addison, age 15

Addison doesn’t have any biological family members in her life and is ready to connect with her forever family. She struggles with self-esteem, despite the fact that she is smart, funny, kind, and resilient. She is also easy going, respectful, and caring. She does well with other kids. She loves animals, anime, music (Alec Benjamin in particular), candy, and swimming..

This is our current waiting list of children as of March 14, 2019 

Learn more about our upcoming Foster Parent Training


For more information about children waiting for homes contact:

Kelsey AshmoreFamily Developer, Dan Fox Family Care Program
515 S. Reserve Street, Suite 5
PO Box 7616
Missoula, MT 59807
Phone: 406-541-1663
Fax: 406-543-0356
kashmore@youthhomesmt.org

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