CASA recruits, trains and supports community volunteers who advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in our community. CASA volunteers do their own investigation, get to know each child and write reports directly to the judge with recommendations for what’s in the child’s best interests.
CASA volunteers get cases moving through the child welfare system and advocate strongly to help ensure each child is in a secure, safe home. Our program succeeds with help from dedicated staff, caring volunteers and generous donors like you.
CASA provides quality court-based advocacy for abused and neglected children. Children are referred to our program from a variety of sources including the juvenile court judges, attorneys, caseworkers, service providers, teachers and family members.
CASA volunteers are matched to a case where their skills and training will benefit the children most. CASA volunteers work to get their child’s court case expedited in addition to helping the child they’re working with find permanency sooner.