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A BETTER LIFE FOR
ALABAMA'S ABUSED
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TOGETHER WE WILL

Alabama Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) — Speaking Up for Abused and Neglected Children

More than 14,000 of Alabama’s most vulnerable children are attending court hearings, adjusting to new homes and navigating the child welfare system every day. CASA volunteers are trained to advocate for the best interests of these children.

Our goal is to provide a dedicated CASA volunteer for every abused and neglected child to give them a voice and help them thrive in a safe and loving home. With your support, Together We Will achieve that goal. Learn how you can help.

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abused or neglected children in Alabama foster care
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dedicated Alabama CASA volunteers (2016)

SPEAKING UP FOR ALABAMA’S CHILDREN

Nick Saban, head football coach for the University of Alabama, supports Alabama CASA volunteers who make a positive impact on the lives of abused and neglected children.

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Today is World Teen Mental Wellness Day! According to the American Psychological Association, Gen Z has the worst mental health of any generation. However, teens are dedicated to making a difference. According to YPulse, 64 percent of Gen Z say they want to achieve a healthier lifestyle for overall happiness, including a stronger self-care routine. Also, 94% consider mental health very important to their well-being.

We know that the world can be an uncertain place, and the children served by CASA are likely more aware of that than ever. To honor and acknowledge this day, we want to encourage everyone to talk to the teens in your life about mental wellness, as well as physical and emotional health as well! Be sure to open up about struggles you may have endured and how you've put in practices to help achieve a healthier and more balanced life. Ultimately, raising awareness about mental health and the importance of self-care can help improve an entire generation’s mental wellness.

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Today is World Teen Mental Wellness Day! According to the American Psychological Association, Gen Z has the worst mental health of any generation. However, teens are dedicated to making a difference. According to YPulse, 64 percent of Gen Z say they want to achieve a healthier lifestyle for overall happiness, including a stronger self-care routine. Also, 94% consider mental health very important to their well-being.

We know that the world can be an uncertain place, and the children served by CASA are likely more aware of that than ever. To honor and acknowledge this day, we want to encourage everyone to talk to the teens in your life about mental wellness, as well as physical and emotional health as well! Be sure to open up about struggles you may have endured and how youve put in practices to help achieve a healthier and more balanced life. Ultimately, raising awareness about mental health and the importance of self-care can help improve an entire generation’s mental wellness.

#WorldTeenMentalWellnessDay

In addition to advocating for children, CASA volunteers are a huge source of encouragement for the children they serve. The presence of an encouraging, stable, caring volunteer makes a huge difference in the lives of the children served by CASA in Alabama.

To support CASA, go to alabamacasa.org today!
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In addition to advocating for children, CASA volunteers are a huge source of encouragement for the children they serve. The presence of an encouraging, stable, caring volunteer makes a huge difference in the lives of the children served by CASA in Alabama. 

To support CASA, go to alabamacasa.org today!

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YOUR DONATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

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Alabama CASA’s “call to action” is to engage communities and citizens across the state to be a difference maker. Our plan is to activate ambassadors to make a $10 a month commitment for a year. Proceeds will yield funds for local programs to enable volunteer recruitment, training and child advocacy awareness education that ultimately assists in serving abused, abandoned and neglected children.