The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program believes that every child deserves a safe, permanent, nurturing home. The CASA Program recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers to advocate in court for the best interest of abused and neglected children. The goal of the CASA Program is to have a “voice” in court for every child who needs one. More about us.
Thank you all the volunteers who have supported us through the years, by helping in many ways and advocating for abused and neglected children.
We believe that every child deserves a safe, permanent, nurturing home and we continue to strive toward our goal to provide a “voice” in court for every child who needs one.
With over 400 children referred to the Seventh Circuit CASA Program annually, we are continually seeking volunteers to step forward and be a ‘voice’ for children in court. On average, we serve 40% of these children. Our goal is to serve 100%! We encourage you to stand up and say I Am For The Child™!
CASA volunteers come from all walks of life with one thing in common, they care about children. No special or legal schooling is required. Learn more about being a volunteer by watching the video below.
The Seventh Circuit CASA program serves Custer, Fall River and Pennington Counties. Contact the CASA office to learn about volunteer training and how you can become involved, 605-394-2203.
All donations stay local and assist in the recruitment, training, and support of volunteers. $100 gives a child a voice…More donation information.