Foster kids often struggle to find permanent homes. In October 2020, divorced father of three Darryl Anderson from Vernal, Utah, adopted Miquel, Willis, and Nevaeh.

Anderson was a parent and knew the value of stability and security for children. He took action after learning the three siblings had been transported 16 times in five years.

KSL News interviewed Anderson and his new family in November 2020, expressing their appreciation and excitement. The children, who had never known stability, could now share holidays with their family and make lasting memories.

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National Adoption Month promotes adoption for foster children and youth. “Engage Youth: Listen and Learn” focused on helping teens find their adopted families this year.

Anderson reassured his foster children that their futures could be whatever they wanted. He wanted them to know he loved them and their past was over.

Their family has always hoped for the future. Anderson is raising the children as if they were his own, and they have proved that they are strong-willed and adapting well to their new environment.
Anderson has given Miquel, Willis, and Nevaeh a forever home in Utah. They have a bright future with a happy home and family.

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