Jorden, born February 1998, is very creative and artistic. He is intelligent, but does not always apply his best efforts at school. While Jorden has been in care since he was 5 years old, his three sisters, one older and two younger, are not in care. He did not have any family contact for years because the sisters were taken by other relatives and then moved from the area. He has had contact (mostly phone) with an aunt and his sisters (mostly his oldest sister) for the past couple of years, and this has been very important for him. It is important for Jorden to maintain these relationships.
Jorden desires a family with both a mother and father, but he needs a strong male figure in his life. He has suffered many losses and disappointments in his short life which has resulted in anger issues for him. Jorden can be very polite and respectful, but he struggles with impulse control which causes him to end up in trouble frequently.
Heart Gallery Alabama's mission is raising awareness, educating the public and finding forever families for children in foster care in Alabama.
Heart Gallery fulfills its mission through partnerships with award-winning, professional photographers who donate their time and expertise to capture each child's individual spirit.
Every child needs a loving supportive family to help him become a successful and happy adult. HGA hopes that promoting the adoption of these children will be successful so their dreams of being part of a family can become a reality.
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