CASA volunteers act in conjunction with the state’s caseworkers to help judges make decisions and to help the children in foster care receive appropriate services. Read the Full Story >>
CASA Volunteer Jimmy Oates — If Not Me, Who?
CASA-EP volunteer Jimmy Oates shares his experience working with children. Read the Full Story >>
CASA Volunteer Shirley Stanton — If Not Me, Who?
CASA-EP volunteer Shirley Stanton shares his experience working with children. Read the Full Story >>
CASA-EP Advocates for the Kids
CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocates – grew out of an idea developed by Seattle judge David Soukup in 1977 to appoint volunteers to advocate for the children in the neglect and abuse cases he was presiding over in his courtroom. Today, there are now more than 90,000 CASA volunteers nationwide, including local volunteers at CASA of the Eastern Panhandle (CASA-EP). Read the Full Story >>