Michael : March 2006             Jamon : November 2009         Jamarion: August 2010

These siblings are a joy to be around, are full of energy, and are bonded well with each other. Each of these young boys has their own individual personalities, strengths and needs. All three children receive at least one type of service to address behavioral, medical, and/or learning needs. Michael, Jamon, and Jamarion need a family who will love them as their own, and give them individual attention, as well as spend quality family time with them.

Michael, the oldest, is described as being energetic, a leader and smart. He enjoys riding his bike, jumping on the trampoline, and playing with his toy cars. He loves swimming, and is becoming more into sports. Michael needs a family to keep him active and help him let off some of his energy. Michael has learned ways to express himself appropriately avoid conflicts with others, showing great improvements in these areas. He also needs a family who will understand the impact the loss of losing his biological mother has on him.

Jamon is described as being very friendly, energetic and mischievous at times. He is currently in first grade and has been doing well overall and tries hard to earn “green” on his behavior management system every day. He is very affectionate to those he knows and loves. Jamon loves animals, trucks, playing with toys, and running around. He is very interested in superheroes, including the Avengers and Transformers. Jamon has some medical needs, which prevent him from playing or engaging in physical contact sports such as wrestling or football.

Jamarion is a friendly, affectionate, and sweet young boy. He plays well by himself and has a pretty good attention span, but loves being with other people and interacting. He loves to do anything his brothers are doing, and has shown an interest in taking photos, stating “maybe he will be a photographer someday”. He is currently in first grade and is doing well.

Michael, Jamon, and Jamarion are part of a large sibling group. They have an older sister (Talishia) who is also in care and in need of an adoptive home. These four children want to be together, but we have not yet found one family for all four children. If the boys are adopted separately from their sister, our hope would be that any family considering these boys would also support and encourage a relationship with her and their five older sisters.


For more information about Michael, Jamon or Jamarion, contact:

Molly Woods

Caring for Kids, Inc.

(330) 928-0044 or


Tanisha Berry

Cuyahoga County DCFS

(216) 881-2116.