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Alabama CASA Contacts

State Executive Director
Jimmy Hill
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334-203-1415

State Program Manager
Darla Evans
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334-203-1415

State Resource Specialist
Amber Epting
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334-203-1415

State Operations Manager
Kai Stevens
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334-203-1415

State Operations Specialist
Erin Clevenger
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334-203-1415

Headquarters 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 Javon Daniel 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 (Bessemer Division) Lindsey Evans 205-382-7284
CASA of Jefferson County (Birmingham Division) Katie Hobbs 205-470-9469
CASA of Lee County Latasha Durr 334-703-4066
CAJA of Madison County Laura Kovalcik 256-532-6988
CAJA of Marshall County Lesley Kubik 256-878-1445
CASA of Mobile County Elizabeth Walter 251-574-5277
CASA of Montgomery County Angela Olson 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 Shoals Andrea Holt 256-765-0041
CASA of Wiregrass Region Cheryl Sharpe 334-610-5450

Facebook Posts

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Alabama CASA Network

CASA Volunteers are still working to #ChangeAChildsStory. Here are some inspiring examples of advocacy during the COVID-19 pandemic:

-One volunteer took a video of herself reading a story and sent it to the children she serves so they can listen to her read whenever they want.

-Volunteers who work with teens are listening to music with them over Spotify, helping teens practice for virtual job interviews, and doing craft projects with them online.

-Volunteers are using this opportunity to strengthen connections by sharing more about their lives with children: one recently gave her assigned children a virtual tour of her farm.

-CASA/GAL volunteers are catching up with children on the phone or using video chat.

-Some volunteers are introducing children to the joys of receiving and sending snail mail, by mailing letters with a self-addressed stamped envelope so children can write back.

-Volunteers are dropping off care packages with food, puzzles, games and coloring pages. Some include a self-addressed stamped envelope so kids can share their finished artwork.

-Where allowed by the court, volunteers are helping youth communicate with their families of origin.

-Volunteers are meeting with children in person by going for walks while maintaining a safe distance, or by standing outside and talking with children who are on a porch or at the window.

-In some locations, restaurants have volunteered to supply children with meals through CASA/GAL volunteers.
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CASA Volunteers are still working to #ChangeAChildsStory. Here are some inspiring examples of advocacy during the COVID-19 pandemic:

-One volunteer took a video of herself reading a story and sent it to the children she serves so they can listen to her read whenever they want.

-Volunteers who work with teens are listening to music with them over Spotify, helping teens practice for virtual job interviews, and doing craft projects with them online.

-Volunteers are using this opportunity to strengthen connections by sharing more about their lives with children: one recently gave her assigned children a virtual tour of her farm.

-CASA/GAL volunteers are catching up with children on the phone or using video chat.

-Some volunteers are introducing children to the joys of receiving and sending snail mail, by mailing letters with a self-addressed stamped envelope so children can write back.

-Volunteers are dropping off care packages with food, puzzles, games and coloring pages. Some include a self-addressed stamped envelope so kids can share their finished artwork.

-Where allowed by the court, volunteers are helping youth communicate with their families of origin.

-Volunteers are meeting with children in person by going for walks while maintaining a safe distance, or by standing outside and talking with children who are on a porch or at the window.

-In some locations, restaurants have volunteered to supply children with meals through CASA/GAL volunteers.

For many abused children, a CASA volunteer is the only constant adult presence in their lives. CASA volunteers advocate for children until they are placed in a permanent and loving home. Learn how you can #ChangeAChildsStory at: alabamacasa.org/volunteer ... See MoreSee Less

For many abused children, a CASA volunteer is the only constant adult presence in their lives. CASA volunteers advocate for children until they are placed in a permanent and loving home. Learn how you can #ChangeAChildsStory at: alabamacasa.org/volunteer

Children in foster care are more likely to find a safe and permanent home with the help of a CASA Volunteer. You can #ChangeAChildsStory by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate! Visit alabama casa.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

Children in foster care are more likely to find a safe and permanent home with the help of a CASA Volunteer. You can #ChangeAChildsStory by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate! Visit alabama casa.org for more information.
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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.