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Alabama CASA Contacts

State Executive Director
Jimmy Hill
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334-203-1415

State Operations Manager
Kai Stevens Burt
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334-203-1415

State Program Manager
Pam Seidler
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334-203-1415

State Operations Specialist
Erin Clevenger
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334-203-1415

Headquarters Mailing Address:
Alabama CASA Network
PO Box 2524
Opelika, AL 36803

Additional CASA Programs

Program Contact Person Phone
CASA of Autauga County Pam Tindal 334-610-5962
CASA of Cullman County Steven Sutter 256-739-1111
CASA of the Cheaha Region Laura Miller 334-610-6559
CASA of Dallas County James Thomas 334-874-7785
CASA of Jefferson County Lindsay Landrum 205-382-7284
CASA of Lee County  Latasha Durr 334-703-4066
CAJA of Madison County Laura Kovalcik 256-532-6988
CAJA of Marshall County Sherry Willis 256-878-1445
CASA of Mobile County Elizabeth Walter 251-574-5277
CASA of Montgomery County Charity Alpert 334-329-8584
CASA of North Alabama Kim Howell 256-476-7740
CASA of North Sand Mountain Kelly Klein 205-478-8389
CASA of Shelby County Beth Chapman 205-980-4466
CASA of the Shoals Heather Begley 256-765-0041
CASA of the Wiregrass Region Adelyn Bhuiya 334-610-5450
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To us, CASAs are our superheroes! You can become a superhero today 🦸‍♂️ www.alabamacasa.org/volunteer

💡 FOSTER CARE FACTS 💡 CASA volunteers ensure no matter the circumstances in the case, relating to family, living arrangement, permanency plan or changeover in caseworker, the child has a stable, caring adult on his or her side, which research shows improves the trajectory for children long-term.

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💡 FOSTER CARE FACTS 💡 When children cannot remain safely in their home, placement with relatives and kin - both formally through the child welfare system and informal through family arrangements - can increase stability, reduce trauma, and help children maintain a sense of family, belonging and identity.

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💡 FOSTER CARE FACTS 💡 When children cannot remain safely in their home, placement with relatives and kin - both formally through the child welfare system and informal through family arrangements - can increase stability, reduce trauma, and help children maintain a sense of family, belonging and identity.

#fostercare #nationalfostercaremonth  #alabamacasa #iamforthechild #changeachildsstory

💡 FOSTER CARE FACT 💡 What is kinship guardianship? Kinship Guardianship is the legal relationship established by the Juvenile Court of the county of jurisdiction between a relative and the child for whom they provide care. To implement federal legislation, Alabama passed the Alabama Kinship Guardianship Subsidy Act, effective October 1, 2010.

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💡 FOSTER CARE FACT 💡 What is kinship guardianship? Kinship Guardianship is the legal relationship established by the Juvenile Court of the county of jurisdiction between a relative and the child for whom they provide care. To implement federal legislation, Alabama passed the Alabama Kinship Guardianship Subsidy Act, effective October 1, 2010.

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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.