Reba is a very pretty young lady who is very anxious to be adopted. In fact, she asks her caseworker frequently if she has found a family for her yet.
Reba is delightful, complex and sometimes very funny. She can also be very challenging. She is a very high energy, active child. She loves rap music, riding her bike, and playing with her baby dolls. She also loves playing video games.
She would love to have a mom who will take her to be pampered by having her hair and nails done. Reba is very outgoing and friendly. She loves attention, but she wants to do things her way. She can be very helpful around the house.
She receives special services in school to help her learn in her own way. Reba is working hard on some of her challenges, but she needs a family who will accept her unconditionally, the way she is. She also needs a calm, very consistent family as she does not do well with constant stimulation and change.
There are more than 500 children in temporary foster homes in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. They have been abused, neglected or abandoned. While some may eventually return to their birth families, the rest will need adoptive families. Families First Network is a community-based care agency that provides foster care and adoption services for children and families in the northwest Florida area from Escambia County east to Walton County.
Families interested in adoption can contact Families First Network at 1-866-313-9874 in Pensacola or by contacting Adoption recruitment specialist Jemina Lenox at 850-469-3847.