CASA Volunteers

are more than Mentors

-They are sworn officers of the court

-They work with the most severe cases   of abuse and neglect They complete independent investigations

-They act as facilitators between the family, the court and service providers -They monitor children’s health and education

-They submit recommendations and are effective in identifying the needs of children and parents

CASA Volunteers do What no One Else Does

They donate their time to act as the independent eyes and ears of the court, investigate in the field, and speak solely in the interest of the child.

CASA of the Bluegrass

Each year nearly

800,000 children

are  confirmed victims

of abuse or neglect

in the U.S.

Serving Anderson, Boyle, Franklin & Mercer Counties