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Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates, Inc. (Georgia CASA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in foster care throughout the state. By advocating for children who have experienced abuse or neglect, our volunteers amplify each child’s voice and help change a child’s story.
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Affiliate Programs Across Georgia

These programs recruit, screen, train, and supervise CASA volunteers — specially-trained adults appointed by the court to improve a child’s experience in foster care. CASA volunteers provide compassionate, individualized attention to help each child find a safe, permanent home when reunification isn’t likely.

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We’re working to give every child who experiences foster care in Georgia a CASA volunteer.

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“To give a child a CASA volunteer is to give them a voice. To give them a voice is to give them hope, and to give them hope is to give them the world.”
Pamela, former foster child

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By Giving We Receive More: Three CASA Volunteer Stories

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Group photo from our Fall Council of Programs meeting in Blue Ridge, GA, for our affiliate CASA directors. #casainga ... See MoreSee Less
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A few photos from Day 1 of our Fall Council of Programs meeting for our affiliate CASA directors. The 3-day meeting includes opportunities for training, networking, sharing expertise, and discussing issues or concerns that affect the CASA network and abused and neglected children in juvenile court dependency proceedings across the state. #casainga ... See MoreSee Less
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