together we will
The mission of the Alabama CASA Network, Inc. is to equip and empower CASA programs to advocate for all of Alabama’s abused and neglected children.
Our vision is that all abused or neglected children will obtain a volunteer to advocate on their behalf so that they can thrive.
On the state level, Alabama CASA Network serves as the parent organization providing support, technical assistance, guidance and quality assurance to help local programs operate effectively and recruit the best possible volunteers. This includes:
Volunteer training and
Technical Assistance and Training for Local Programs
Resource Development Assistance
On the local level, CASA programs do the hands-on work of recruiting, screening, training and supervising our dedicated volunteers. Currently there are:
with CASA Programs
with CASA Programs
- Jefferson County – 1985
- Madison County – 1989
- Shelby County – 1992
- Marshall County – 1996
- Mobile County – 1997
- Lauderdale County (Shoals CASA) – 2002
- Cullman County – 2008
- Colbert County (Shoals CASA) – 2009
- Lee County – 2011
- Talladega County (Northeast Region CASA – Tri County Division) – 2012
- St. Clair County (Northeast Region CASA – Tri County Division) – 2012
- Calhoun County (Northeast Region CASA – Tri County Division) – 2012
- Dallas County – 2012
- Morgan County (CASA of North Alabama) – 2014
- Delkab County (Northeast Region CASA – Mountain Division) – 2016
- Jackson County (Northeast Region CASA – Mountain Division) – 2016
- Autauga County – 2018
- Houston County – 2018
- Limestone County – 2018 (CASA of North Alabama)
Currently, 47 counties in the state do not have CASA programs to serve abused and neglected children in their communities.
In the future, we hope our services can expand to advocate for the well-being of every vulnerable child in Alabama.
State Executive Director: Maggie Blaedow
Board of Directors
The Crutchfield Firm
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
University of Phoenix
Children’s Aid Society of Alabama
Ellen Presley Proctor
Laura Kovalcik CAJA of Madison County Local CASA Program Representative
The Ten4Twelve Campaign is Alabama CASA’s “call to action” 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.