We are the voices of abused and neglected children and youth in Northeastern Wisconsin, seeking to protect and ensure them safe, permanent homes.
Often referred to as the â€œeyes and ears of the court,â€ CASA volunteer Advocates are assigned by juvenile judges to advocate exclusively on behalf of a single child or sibling group. They conduct weekly, face-to-face visits with their child (or children), make independent, objective observations about the child's safety and well-being, and submit a written summary report to the appointing judge each month to help that judge make decisions about the child's permanent placement. Most importantly, CASA volunteer Advocates are often the only consistent, positive, unpaid adult in the lives of abused and neglected children during a time of chaos, confusion, and hurt.
Where We Work
What We Do
A child with a CASA Volunteer Advocate is more likely to find a safe, permanent home, get more help with other services, spend less time in foster care and do better in school.