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October - December 2019:


Total Children Served: 52                          Assigned CASAs: 20

Total New Children:  5                               #CASA Hours: 583

# of children needing an advocate:  26        Total CASA Miles: 2,791


CASA is the only national organization of volunteer advocates who have been trained to speak as independent voices in court for children's best interests. The U.S. Department of Justice has recognized CASA as a model program and views it as a "safety net for abused and neglected children."


How we served FY2019:

Children Served: 86                           Volunteers Advocates: 27

Miles traveled in Advocacy: 15,642     Volunteer Board Members: 6

Hours donated to Advocacy: 2,493

Demographics of Children Served:

Gender:  Females: 32                            Males: 54

Ethnic Origin:  African-American: 25
                          Caucasian: 54
                          Hispanic/Latino: 3
                          Multi-Racial: 4                      

Type of Case:       Neglect:
                           Physical Abuse:
                           Sexual Abuse:
                           Substance Abuse:
                           Medical Neglect:
                           Inability to Cope (parent):
                           Inadequate housing:

Children in Closed Cases: 38

Case Outcome: Emancipated: 1
                             Reunification: 21
                             Adopted: 12
                             Guardianship:  2
                             Long term Foster care: 2

Our Impact During COVID-19

  • National CASA/GAL Association
    National CASA/GAL Association
  • We are affiliated with and supported by GA CASA.

  • United Way
    United Way
  • Supported by GA Department of Human Services

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