The National CASA Association is a non-profit organization that represents and serves the local CASA programs. It provides training, technical assistance, research, media and public awareness services to members.
CASA programs are known by a variety of names, including Guardian ad Litem, ProKids, Child Advocates, Inc., and Voices for Children. If you cannot find a program in your area, contact the National CASA Association for a referral.
A Child’s Place CASA, Ltd. sereves Brooke and Hancock Counties, the two northernmost counties of West Virginia. The organization recruits, screens, trains, and supports community citizens who choose to give back to their community by working for the best interests of abused and neglected children of our community.
A non-profit organization, that speaks for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the court system. In order to promote and provide each child with a safe, permanent, and nurturing home, CASA recruits, screens, trains, and supports volunteer citizens to perform this important advocacy for needy children in collaboration with essential agencies, legal counsel, and community resouces.