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


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Many abused children are brought into the juvenile dependency court system to hopefully find protection from further abuse.  Every day, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers in Clatsop County help these children replace a world of fear with one of hope.  Through the work of a single caring individual, the four-year-old child has a chance for a positive future.  So when you ask yourself, “What can one person do?”  In the case of an abused and neglected child, you can do more than you’ll ever know. 




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Every child deserves a life free of abuse or neglect.  Every child deserves a safe, permanent home.  Now more than ever we need to, as a community, renew our commitment to protect our children!








NEW VOLUNTEER TRAINING, FALL 2022 - Welcome Shana Barnett and Darla Harrison!

THANK YOU CLARK FOUNDATION! - The Clark Foundation awarded a 45,000 grant to Clatsop CASA this week! To be awarded at $15,000 over the next 3 years! We are grateful and we could not do this important work without their support.


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