Court Appointed Special Advocates Of Santa Cruz County
Rating: 4.92 stars 39 39 reviews
Children & Youth, Crime & Law
813 Freedom Blvd. Watsonville CA 95076 USA
CASA is a child’s voice in dependency court, providing advocacy, stability, and hope to children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned.
Since 1992 we have served over 1,500 children in Santa Cruz County. Our volunteers give over 12,750 hours of service each year for our children. In 2010 we completed renovation of our new permanent home in Watsonville. At "CASA's casa" we provide a warm, welcoming, homelike environment where our advocates can meet with their assigned child, play games, complete art projects, or prepare meals in our kitchen.
Children, aged birth to 21 years old, who are in the dependency court and foster care system due to neglect or abuse. In 2010, 52% were male. 57% were Latino, 32% Caucasian, and 8% African American.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
In 2014 we provided 218 children with a Volunteer Advocate to lift up their voice.
Geographic areas served:
Santa Cruz County, California
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Santa Cruz Chapter of CASAis helping more children than ever in our county who need the help of a CASA Advocate while the child is in the court system due to abuse or neglect. We are sure if we stabilize these children that our county will have fewer criminals & jail/prison inmates in the future. Every child deserves a chance in y=this world.
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