WELCOME TO CLATSOP CASA
Clatsop Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)  trains community volunteers to stand up for abused and neglected children. Our advocacy helps ensure that these children have the best possible chance for a safer, more secure home life.

How you can Help

Contact Information

Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
818 Commercial St., Suite 401
Post Office Box 514
Astoria, OR 97103
United States

Tel: 503-338-6063
Email: casa@clatsopcasa.org

Clatsop CASA Holiday Campaign

https://clatsopcasa.networkforgood.com/projects/144462-2021-end-of-year-holiday-campaign

Give the gift of HOPE this Holiday Season!

With your help, we will be in a stronger position in 2022 to advance our mission of helping the children we serve by giving them the opportunity to thrive in a safe, permanent, and loving home.

The effects of abuse or neglect can have far-reaching and long-lasting consequences, and some youth in foster care struggle while others thrive. A key difference is resilience—the ability to adapt and recover after a traumatic event. Resilience can be learned and cultivated. Having a caring adult to rely on is a key component to building resilience. For many children and youth, their Clatsop CASA volunteer is that person.

Clatsop CASA volunteers support children and youth as they grow. Their commitment, vigilance and persistence can offer hope where there may have been little before. Clatsop CASA volunteers advocate for services to help parents and families, as well as the child, address the challenges they face. As a partner, they can support families in developing the skills they need to provide the best possible family environment and work toward reunification.

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a caring, consistent adult for a child who is experiencing the loneliness and uncertainty of foster care this holiday season. With a volunteer dedicated to their case Clatsop County’s most vulnerable children will have an adult by their side to speak up for their best interests and to help them find the road home, wherever it lies. With your support more children in Clatsop County can thrive in 2022.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FALL TRAINING BEGINNING 10/13 - Become a child advocate! Your service as a CASA Volunteer can make a lasting impact in the life of a child.

WELCOME NEW CASA VOLUNTEERS! - On 9/02/2021 the Honorable Judge Beau Peterson swore in new CASA volunteers; Sianna Renae, Debora McCabe, and Charlotte Parker! Congratulations, ladies!

DURING PANDEMIC, LOCAL VOLUNTEERS WORK TO ENSURE AT-RISK CHILDREN ARE SAFE - Clatsop CASA Welcomes Five New CASA Volunteers!

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