Justice

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If you find Justice in his room on weekends, it’s not unusual. Finding him snoozing there? Now that’s unusual. Justice loves spending time on the weekends relaxing in his room, but he doesn’t like to sleep in. This helpful, caring and friendly young man likes the outdoors as well and lists playing outside among his favorite activities. He especially enjoys playing baseball and catch with his friends. When the dinner bell rings, Justice comes running and says there are “no foods I don’t like” but adds that burgers and pizza are his favorites. One of the things that gives Justice the most pride is helping others. “Justice is very kind and caring,” says one of his workers. “He is willing to help (anyone). He is a joy to talk to.” Another worker adds, “He very much enjoys helping others and is reported to be a good ‘big brother’ figure to some of the younger boys at his placement.” The worker also describes Justice as pleasant, kind-hearted, approachable and cooperative. Some of things Justice wants to do most with his forever family include watching movies and playing games together.

Justice can exhibit some difficult behavior. However, he does receive services to help him process his past and develop coping skills to manage his emotions. At school, Justice generally behaves well but needs encouragement to ask for assistance. He says math is his favorite subject.

Justice has stated a preference for a mother and father. He would do best with experienced parents in a home in which he’s the only child in the family. His parents will need to be patient and able to set appropriate boundaries while providing constant supervision. Justice also thrives on consistency and structure. In addition, his family must be willing to make sure Justice receives the services that will benefit his success now and into adulthood.

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The Medical Clinic in Paynesville, Liberia opened in January, 2011. This year saw hundreds of patients treated, babies born and wonderful service to the needy in this area. We congratulate the doctors, nurses and staff of the Paynesville Clinic. ReclaimKids supported this effort with a well, water tower and tank, and a generator to supply good water to the clinic. We were able to send a forty foot shipping container with medical supplies, as well as donating two “Lab in a Suitcase” kits to enable health care in areas where there is no clinic. We look forward to a continuing involvement in this fruitful area of the ReclaimKids efforts.

The Medical Clinic in Paynesville, Liberia opened in January, 2011. This year saw hundreds of patients treated, babies born and wonderful service to the needy in this area. We congratulate the doctors, nurses and staff of the Paynesville Clinic. ReclaimKids supported this effort with a well, water tower and tank, and a generator to supply good water to the clinic. We were able to send a forty foot shipping container with medical supplies, as well as donating two “Lab in a Suitcase” kits to enable health care in areas where there is no clinic. We look forward to a continuing involvement in this fruitful area of the ReclaimKids efforts.

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The Medical Clinic in Paynesville, Liberia opened in January, 2011. This year saw hundreds of patients treated, babies born and wonderful service to the needy in this area. We congratulate the doctors, nurses and staff of the Paynesville Clinic. ReclaimKids supported this effort with a well, water tower and tank, and a generator to supply good water to the clinic. We were able to send a forty foot shipping container with medical supplies, as well as donating two “Lab in a Suitcase” kits to enable health care in areas where there is no clinic. We look forward to a continuing involvement in this fruitful area of the ReclaimKids efforts.

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The Medical Clinic in Paynesville, Liberia opened in January, 2011. This year saw hundreds of patients treated, babies born and wonderful service to the needy in this area. We congratulate the doctors, nurses and staff of the Paynesville Clinic. ReclaimKids supported this effort with a well, water tower and tank, and a generator to supply good water to the clinic. We were able to send a forty foot shipping container with medical supplies, as well as donating two “Lab in a Suitcase” kits to enable health care in areas where there is no clinic. We look forward to a continuing involvement in this fruitful area of the ReclaimKids efforts.

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ReclaimKids was formed in 2005, and is incorporated in the state of Ohio. ReclaimKids has 501c3 status with the IRS. It was founded for the purpose of giving assistance to needy people, primarily in the developing nations. The focus of our efforts is directed at widows and orphans, with the model of attempting to put together family style units. With the motto of giving assistance in areas of Health, Opportunity, Protection and Education, ReclaimKids works to foster HOPE to those locked in grinding poverty and the disassociation caused through war, disease and natural disasters.

The Medical Clinic in Paynesville, Liberia opened in January, 2011. This year saw hundreds of patients treated, babies born and wonderful service to the needy in this area. We congratulate the doctors, nurses and staff of the Paynesville Clinic. ReclaimKids supported this effort with a well, water tower and tank, and a generator to supply good water to the clinic. We were able to send a forty foot shipping container with medical supplies, as well as donating two “Lab in a Suitcase” kits to enable health care in areas where there is no clinic. We look forward to a continuing involvement in this fruitful area of the ReclaimKids efforts.

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