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Alabama CASA Programs by County

The Alabama CASA Networks currently supports 15 local CASA programs serving abused and neglected children in 21 counties across the state.

You can use our Program Directory Map to find a program near you. If there’s not currently a CASA program in your county, please contact us at info@alabamacasa.org or call 334-203-1415 to find out how you can help.

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The mission of the Alabama CASA Network is to equip and empower CASA programs to advocate for all of Alabama’s abused and neglected children. Over the last six years, the number of children that have been served by a CASA volunteer in Alabama has increased by 229.5%!

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The mission of the Alabama CASA Network is to equip and empower CASA programs to advocate for all of Alabama’s abused and neglected children. Over the last six years, the number of children that have been served by a CASA volunteer in Alabama has increased by 229.5%!

#casa #alabama #mission #children #volunteer #empower #advocate #casavolunteer #numberofchildren #equip #alabamacasa #iamforthechild #changeachildsstory

Alabama CASA volunteers remain in frequent contact with teachers and school administrators to form a partnership to better understand the child’s unique strengths and challenges. These interactions with the child’s school, combined with the volunteer’s relationship with the child, empower the Alabama CASA Network to volunteer to advocate in court for what the child needs to thrive academically.

#alabama #casa #volunteer #teachers #school #challenges #relationship #kiddo #empower #advocate #casavolunteer #schooladministrators #thrive
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Alabama CASA volunteers remain in frequent contact with teachers and school administrators to form a partnership to better understand the child’s unique strengths and challenges. These interactions with the child’s school, combined with the volunteer’s relationship with the child, empower the Alabama CASA Network to volunteer to advocate in court for what the child needs to thrive academically.

#alabama #casa #volunteer #teachers #school #challenges #relationship #kiddo #empower #advocate #casavolunteer #schooladministrators #thrive

CASA ✨ It's not just our name, it's what we do.
Join us today.
alabamacasa.org/volunteer

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CASA ✨ Its not just our name, its what we do.
Join us today. 
alabamacasa.org/volunteer

#alabamacasa #iamforthechild #changeachildsstory

Lots of kids carry more to school than just school supplies. A CASA volunteer can help lighten their load. Will you consider becoming a volunteer? Contact your local CASA program or visit our website at alabamacasa.org/volunteer today!

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Lots of kids carry more to school than just school supplies. A CASA volunteer can help lighten their load. Will you consider becoming a volunteer? Contact your local CASA program or visit our website at alabamacasa.org/volunteer today!

#schoolsupplies #casa #kids #school #supplies #volunteer #schoolsupply #lotsofkids #visitourwebsite  #alabamacasa #iamforthechild #changeachildsstory

Children in the child welfare system may grapple with the trauma of being removed from their homes and struggle with their social-emotional well-being. Learning loss as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic or the loss of family members can also be compounding factors to the stress of “back to school.”

Now, more than ever, we need CASA volunteers to support the children, youth and families we serve as they navigate new school year, learn how you can become a CASA volunteer by visiting alabamacasa.org/volunteer.
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Children in the child welfare system may grapple with the trauma of being removed from their homes and struggle with their social-emotional well-being. Learning loss as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic or the loss of family members can also be compounding factors to the stress of “back to school.”

Now, more than ever, we need CASA volunteers to support the children, youth and families we serve as they navigate new school year, learn how you can become a CASA volunteer by visiting alabamacasa.org/volunteer.
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