Yellowstone CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a group of community volunteers who speak up for abused and neglected children in Yellowstone County. The CASA concept is based on the commitment that every child has the right to a safe, permanent home. CASA volunteers are appointed by the courts to gather accurate and complete information about the child’s circumstances, serve as the child’s advocate in all facets of the child protection system, and make objective recommendations in the best interest of the child. Volunteers receive training and work with just one or two cases at a time. They make a commitment to spend 5-15 hours a month for at least 18 months. CASA volunteers make a difference, one child at a time.
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Yellowstone CASA Happenings
9/8/13: One of my favorite fall sounds comes from the school playground a block from my house. If I am lucky enough to be... Read More
5/5/2013: Read the article at:... Read More
Congratulations to YCASA’s Pat Bellinghausen, who in April 2013 was named Montana’s CASA Volunteer of the Year. Pat joined Yellowstone CASA in 2010, and... Read More
By National CASA CEO Michael Piraino. For many children, back-to-school season is a time of new opportunities: schedules to figure out, new teachers to... Read More