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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers who stand up and speak out to help children and youth in foster care. 

CASA volunteers devote a few hours a week getting to know one child and gathering information from everyone involved in the child's life. Volunteers are part of a team that works for the best interests of the child.

For many children in foster care, their CASA volunteer will be one of the few consistent adults in their lives. For many volunteers, CASA is a life-changing experience that makes a difference in our community.


  • Children Served

    270

  • Volunteer Hours

    22,900

  • In Kind Value

    $603000

  • Active Volunteers

    300

News & Events

The many challenges brought on by the pandemic are impacting local foster children and foster caregivers at an alarming rate. COVID-19 cases in our community have reached an all-time high and our children in foster care urgently need help. Unfortunately, we have an immediate need to find local families able to provide short and long term care to foster children who have been potentially exposed to COVID-19.  

We are excited to announce that our new Annual Impact Report is ready! Come check it out!