A CASA volunteer provides a child who is in the court system due to abuse or neglect with a caring advocate and a reliable adult who gets to know them and speaks up for them in court. These stories illustrate how CASA volunteers change lives.
Weeks later she asked Diane, “Who will take care of me when I’m five?”
Read Sammy's Story 's full story »
"I will always be there for her," said Marie. "Because she's worth it."Read Annie's Story 's full story »
"A little extra help can change a life," said George.Read Aaron's full story »
"What if they move me to Nipomo?" Katie asked.
Janice replied, "Even if they move you to China, I will find you. You will never be lost."Read Katie's full story »
"I get a real good feeling about being a volunteer for CASA"Read the Dunlaps's full story »
"We live in a nice community; it's a great feeling to know that you have played a role in making it that way."Read Mary's full story »
As a CASA volunteer you can help preserve the cultural identity of an abused or neglected child.
CASA advocates are "Everyday Heroes" in the lives of abused and neglected children.
You can make a difference in the life of one of the nearly 500 children in San Luis Obispo County who are waiting for your help.