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Causes: Crime & Law, Domestic Violence, Protection Against Abuse

Mission: Our missiion is to provide a trained CASA volunteer for every child on thier journey to a safe and permanent home

Results: Did you know that there are 504 children from Williamson County in the custody of the state of Texas? 404 of those children do not have a CASA volunteer. Our goal is to provide a CASA for every child who needs one. We are currently serving approximately 100 children with over 65 CASA volunteers. We can serve many more with your help.

Target demographics: Children & Youth in Williamson County

Direct beneficiaries per year: Williamson County Children & Youth

Geographic areas served: Williamson County Children & Youth

Programs: Recruit and train community volunteers to ba a voice for a child.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My husband and I have been co-CASAs for six children in three different cases. It is extraordinarily rewarding to be able to help children, and sometimes their families, during a terrible time in their lives. The work is challenging and helps you grow personally and professionally. The staff is exceptional in their support and appreciation for volunteers.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a CASA volunteer for two and a half years. I love the fact that CASA volunteers are the "eyes and ears" of the Judges who preside over these children's lives. I feel that CASA does an incredible job of helping foster children with the limited resources they have.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

CASA of Williamson County is a great place to be. Everyday volunteers are being asked to work very hard in the child welfare system where they are giving it all they have to speak up in the best interest of a child. This means making endless phones calls, visitng who may be placed far from home, attending school meetings, talking to parents, teachers and other family members to make sure that the child does not fall through the cracks within the system.