Landon is a witty, charming, and fun-loving ninth-grader who loves to spend time in nature. His favorite subject in school is science, and during his free time he loves to ride ATVs and go hunting, fishing, and camping.
Spending time in nature is an important part of Landon’s wellbeing, and he hopes his future family will share a love of the great outdoors too! Ideally, Landon would like to live in a rural area where he and his family can easily access nature.
Landon looks forward to having a family and knowing that he will always have a safe place to come back to forever.
When thinking about his future family, Landon hopes they will have pets and will prioritize spending quality time together. He would love a family who enjoys going on outdoor adventures and exploring new places. “Landon looks forward to having a family and knowing that he will always have a safe place to come back to forever,” says Sara, his Child Specific Recruiter.
“Ideal parents for Landon would be patient, kind, and empathetic,” says Sara. “His future family needs to be able to provide the services he needs for his mental health, and also have a lot of time, attention, and love to give.”
As a fifteen-year-old, Landon needs a family who can help him learn and grow and navigate the ups and downs of life as a teenager while also helping set him up for success as a responsible, independent adult. Land on will thrive with parents who can set firm boundaries, remain calm and patient under stress, and love unconditionally.
“Landon is a great kid,” says Sara. “He’s very funny, thoughtful, and a joy to be around. He loves to help out with projects around the house, and would be a great addition to a family that is committed to helping him learn and grow.”
Details to Note
Due to contracts with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the cost of adopting a child from Minnesota foster care is virtually free to families.
Learn More About Landon
If you would like to know more about Landon, please contact Sara Jeske at [email protected] or 651-255-2237. Families may have to provide certain documentation to receive full information.