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You Can Speak Up For Abused Children

Every year, the state of Texas removes thousands of children from their homes because of abuse or neglect. These victimized children
are drawn into an overburdened child welfare system that is hard pressed to address their individual concerns. Eventually, they end
up in court. CASA is a nonprofit partnership that trains and supports thousands of volunteer advocates to work with these children as
they journey through the court system toward safe, loving, permanent homes.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are appointed by judges to advocate for the child in court. The CASA volunteer advocate is
frequently the most consistent person in the child's life during their involvement with the court.

Golden Crescent CASA serves the needs of abused and neglected children in Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzales, Jackson, Lavaca,
Refugio, and Victoria counties.

The Golden Crescent CASA mission is to utilize trained volunteers, appointed by the court, to advocate for the best interests of abused
and neglected children and assist in placing them in nurturing, permanent homes.

We speak for children who can't speak for themselves!

Want to learn more about being a Court Appointed Special Advocate? Sign up for an upcoming Volunteer
Orientation or Volunteer Training Session.

Are you an active CASA volunteer? Please take a minute to fill out our CASA Program Survery and let us
know how we're doing.

For furture training dates please visit our calendar.


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