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Continuing Education Resources

The National CASA Association and the State of Maryland, Administrative Office of the Courts are requiring CASA programs to show increased compliance with in-service training. In-service training policy states the following: “Volunteers are expected to participate in 12 hours of continuing education on a yearly basis, the year running from…

Community Links

National CASA Association The mission of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association, together with its state and local members, is to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so that they can thrive in safe, permanent homes. National CASA and our network of over…

Adam, Julie, and Sam’s Story

Three Siblings Find A Loving & Permanent Home Adam 8, Julie 6, and Sam 4, were found living amid garbage and feces.  The children were filthy and they reeked.  They had not eaten for 24 hours and had no clean clothes.   There was not a book or toy to be…

History Of CASA

How The CASA Movement Began In 1977, a Seattle Superior Court Judge, David Soukup, was losing sleep trying to make the best decisions for abused and neglected children in his courtroom. There were many times when he felt that he did not have enough information about each child’s unique circumstances.…
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