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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 email@example.com or call 334-203-1415 to find out how you can help.
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Our October Volunteer Spotlight goes to Patti Joyner! Heres what Patti has to say about being a CASA:
"I am Patti Joyner. A Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Auburn Alum, Maker, Painter, Cook. We moved to Auburn in March 2018 where we intend to retire. I heard about CASA while volunteering, then eventually, serving on the board of Child Protect, a child advocacy center in Montgomery, AL. The was no CASA program in Montgomery County at the time, but I knew there was one in Lee County.
When we decided to make the move I signed up for the training. I was sworn in in October 2018. Once you become involved in child welfare there is just no turning back. These children pay a heavy price for the knuckle-headed decisions of others. They deserve better. They deserve a team of people who will advocate for them.
During training I read that as a CASA we are probably the only person in their lives that isn’t being paid to look after their best interests. They are always astonished that I would keep showing up for them even though I am not being compensated. It gives you some real credibility with a child whose heart has hardened because of the insecurity and chaos of the life they know. It can be frustrating but it is always gratifying work."
Thank you, Patti, for your commitment to make a difference in the lives of the children we serve!
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Are you ready to be the missing piece of the puzzle in the life of a child? 🧩
Visit alabamacasa.org/volunteer to find out how to get involved today. ... See MoreSee Less
The Alabama CASA Network is excited to announce and welcome Pam Seidler as our incoming State Program Manager. Upon the retirement of current Program Manager Darla Evans at the end of 2021, Pam will assume the position and continue the legacy of excellent support to Alabama CASA programs across the state. Pam brings a wealth of experience to the position and we are excited to have her as a member of our team! Welcome Pam! #ChangeAChildsStory ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats! This is awesome. Pam you are the best. You have taught me so much and have been the absolute best mentor any CASA could ask for!!!! Alabama CASA network is blessed beyond measure to have you!!!! And by the way, you look beautiful!! ❤️
Congratulations Pam so excited to have you on our team 💙
What a gift for Alabama CASA! Congratulations!
Congratulations, Pam, I am excited for you.
So exciting!! Congratulations Pam ❤️
What a WIN, WIN, WIN!!! Congrats, Pam!👏👏👏
Congratulations, proud of you
Congrats Pam !! So proud of you !!!
🌻🍂🍁 HELLO OCTOBER 🍁🍂🌻
For Alabama CASA, today marks the beginning of our new fiscal year. So, from all of our staff to you, Happy New CASA Year!! ... See MoreSee Less
“In the last four years we’ve had different judges, numerous parent aids, any number of social workers. Every time there’s a change, it’s like we start over again. The new person says, ‘Let’s try this with the mom.’ But I’ve been on this case from the beginning. I can say ‘We tried that two years ago, and it didn’t work.’ It’s been three years now, and these kids can’t wait any more.” - CASA VOLUNTEER
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This is so very true 😩