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A boy featured three times before on Adopt 8 is making another appearance, but this time, he's no longer waiting to find a forever home. Dwayne was recently adopted by a local couple, who saw his story here on News 8 and knew he belonged with them.
If you've always wanted to help a foster child, but aren't in a position to adopt, becoming a mentor could be the right fit. Dozens of foster youth in San Diego County are currently on a waiting list to be matched with a mentor.
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