Casa Center For Prevention of Abuse & Violence
Rating: 4.84 stars 19 reviews
Location: 77 E. Thomas Suite 112 Phoenix AZ 85012 USA
Programs: Casa major program is Casa Prevention Department which has reached over 700,000 children, teens and adults. Casa reaches approximately 20,000 per year. Casa second largest program is the Casa Center for Social and Cultural Change which leads the Call-to-Action Initiatives to promote positive relationship skills, emotional intelligence and decrease abuse and violence. Casa's third service is providing information and referral to callers in crisis or need of resources.
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I was a VP for National/Alamo Car Rental and actively involved in the Az Governor's Counsel for Domestic Violence and attended numerous meetings with a myriad of different organizations and got to know Stephanie Orr and Casa very well. I felt then and now that Mrs. Orr's agenda at Casa was incredibly pure and that her staff and its work at Casa is and will always be very important. The work done there is so important!!
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Numerous stories of the success of programs from the counseling to the bullying programs so needed in the schools. Emphasis on prevention is very important. Many domestic violence organizations only focus on assistance after the fact. Casa is the best!!
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Agenda is so pure
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Simply the best
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
They have learned to operate with incredible diversity and with consistent Financial support could do amazing things
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About every six months
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Sheryl...you cannot imagine how much it means to us to have recieved these great remarks from you about Casa. Your leadership and support of Casa in AZ;particularly in the challenging financial years after Sept 11, 2011 was instrumental in keeping Casa alive! In fact, you and Ginger Clayton and others in the Sunflower Foundation you all estalished must know that if it weren't for you, Casa would not be providing services today.