our mission

Court Appointed Special Advocates® (CASA) are community volunteers, just like you, who stand up and speak out to help children who have been abused and neglected.

Our CASA program belongs to a network of 951 community-based programs that recruit, train and support citizen-volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who have been abused and neglected in courtrooms and communities.

  • Children Served
    Children Served

    5,361

  • Volunteers
    Volunteers

    1,581

  • Volunteer Hours
    Volunteer Hours

    156,617

  • Counties Served
    Counties Served

    56

News Articles

Pamela Wilson was recently named Volunteer Advocate of the Year for CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties.

Williamson County CASA (WCCASA) announced Emily Layton as the new Executive Director of WCCASA.

Every year, more than 1,400 cases of child abuse are reported in Bradley and Polk counties. Without help, these children are at high risk for homelessness, unemployment, incarceration, and drug and alcohol abuse as adults.
That was the sobering news Chris Janetzko, executive director of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk Counties, shared recently with Women United.