What is CASA?

CASA stands for “Court Appointed Special Advocates”, and this organization professionally trains volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in Tennessee juvenile courts. These volunteers are appointed by judges on specific cases, and each CASA worker advocates for the best interests of the children involved. The goal of every CASA volunteer is to find a safe, permanent home for victimized children.

CASA currently serves 45 counties in Tennessee.

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