Giving a voice to children.

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Learn more about CASA of Natrona County.

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Be Trained to Advocate You can make a difference. CASA provides training to help volunteers in family services and courtroom procedure.

By giving a voice to children, we break the cycle of abuse and neglect,
one child at a time.

For the Child

A CASA volunteer's sole purpose is
to represent the child.

Volunteers

CASA advocates are volunteer
members of the community.

Court Appointed

Advocates are sworn in and
court appointed

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Trained Volunteers
CASA volunteers receive training in court procedure and how to interact with others in the case to help represent the needs of the child.

It takes volunteers of all stripes to help the children of our community.

Your contribution is used locally to help CASA provide training and case management.

There are other ways you can offer your time and talents to help. Give us a call!

Join Our Mission to Give Every Child a Voice.

Latest News

06
Mar

We have moved

The CASA office has moved! This spring we have moved into the second floor of the Mercer Family Resource Center. We are thrilled to share a workspace with the wonderful ...

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Being an advocate means being there for the children’s best interests. I see being an advocate as a two-part position. Direct relationships with the children, and a voice for them ...


A Dillon , CASA Advocate

I like working with wonderful people dedicated to helping sweet kids get back with their parents.


Dennis Anderson , CASA Advocate since 2010

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Become a CASA volunteer

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Natrona County is a caring, non-profit organization that speaks for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the juvenile court system. CASA recruits, trains, and supports volunteers drawn from a diverse population to provide this service.