Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

You can help change the course of a child’s life and give them hope by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).Trained CASA volunteers act as the voice of abused or neglected children and represent their best interests as court-assigned advocates.

Children with CASA advocates:

  • Are more likely to be adopted
  • Re-enter the foster system less frequently
  • Move from home to home less often
  • Have a better chance of staying in touch with siblings
  • Are more likely to complete high school and attend college
  • Fall prey to violence and drugs less frequently

If you’re interested in advocating on behalf of abused or neglected children, contact one of the CASA programs below:

CASA of Culpeper
Email or call (540) 317-1665
Serves children in the City of Culpeper

CASA of the 28th Judicial District
Email or call (276) 591-1430
Serves children in the City of Bristol, Smyth County and Washington County

This service is offered through People Inc. in the following areas:

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