What We Do
When home is no longer safe and a child must enter foster care, a judge may appoint a CASA or Court Appointed Special Advocate, a volunteer focused on that child, to guide them to a safe and permanent home.
CASA advocates are ordinary people who ensure that children who are victims of abuse or neglect aren’t negatively affected by the state system intended to protect them.
CASAs are teachers, sales people, lawyers, retail associates, service workers, accountants, bankers, retirees, Realtors, nurses, military personnel, construction workers, small business owners, and executives. They are men, women, Millennials, Baby Boomers, stay-at-home moms, grandparents, and college students.
CASAs have empathy, integrity, and a desire to help make a better life for a child. They are good communicators, organized, and able to reach out, not only to children and their families but also to others involved in the social welfare system.
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