CASA of Jackson County serves the Southern Oregon Community through advocating for children’s welfare. CASA volunteers are well-trained, everyday citizens appointed by judges to advocate for the safety and well-being of children who have come under the care of Child Welfare due to parental abuse and/or neglect. CASA volunteers speak up for these children and work hard to better their lives. Children helped through CASA and the court system are far less likely to experience re-abuse, spend less time in foster care, and receive needed services more often. CASA volunteers have helped more than two million children nationwide find safe, permanent homes. Please visit this site’s about page to learn more about CASA of Jackson County.
If you would like to learn more about becoming a child advocate (we call them CASAs), participate in one of our fundraising events, volunteer in other ways or make a financial or in-kind contribution, please review the information on our site and contact us to learn more!
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