COVID - 19 Message

Our number one priority is to make sure our CASA volunteers and the children that they advocate for feel safe and supported during this challenging time.

 

All CASA of Brown County staff is working remotely. We continue to work to assure we can provide critical child advocacy.

Statistics show that incidents of child abuse and neglect increase during times of stress. We know that the children we serve need us now more than ever. Our CASA volunteers continue to work closely with Advocate Supervisors, are staying connected with children and families in virtual ways and continue to provide reports to the court.

Stay in touch with us on social media via the links on this page. Be well, and thank you for your support today and always!

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An abused and/or neglected child who has a CASA volunteer by their side is more likely to:

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You can change a child's story

CASA volunteers build special relationships with abused and neglected children under court protection through regular visits and advocate exclusively on their behalf in monthly court reports. 

 

A CASA volunteer is very often the only consistent adult in the lives of children we serve, many of whom are in foster care.

Support from compassionate people like you sustains our work to recruit, train, and support CASA volunteers to advocate for the most vulnerable children in our community. 

Receive much needed services

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Spend less time in foster care

Find a safe, permanent, and nurturing home

Succeed in school

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Last year alone, 133 CASA volunteers advocated for 232 children in Brown County and 33 CASA volunteers advocated for 55 children in Marinette County, making their lives safer and their futures brighter! 

To learn more about the volunteer process, click the button below.

Become a CASA volunteer