CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- This is Cody. He is 17 years old and in high school. He takes pride in his appearance and likes to dress nice. He feels he is mechanically inclined and enjoys technology, drawing and building things.Cody likes to care for animals, cook and work with his hands. He loves to help people and is typically very respectful toward others. Cody would like to have a forever family that provides him with the freedom to play, talk on the phone and eat when he wants. He has no preference in country life versus city life, however he would like to be in an area where he can have a job.
Cody has participated in therapy in the past, and this may need to continue while he transitions into his forever home. His social worker believes he would be most successful in a two-parent home in which he would be the youngest child.Many children in West Virginia are legally eligible to be adopted and are waiting for permanent and loving families. For more information on adoption, contact Mission West Virginia at 866-225-5698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.