Right here in Metro Atlanta, there are abused and neglected children who live in the shadows of our lives. She may be the quiet girl in your son's class, who had to move homes and change schools three times in the last year. He may be the lonely child at the park who never joins the game.
Each year in Metro Atlanta, over 3,800 children are placed in foster care. These children deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. They need to do more than simply survive. They need to thrive, in the safety and love of a family throughout their childhood and into adulthood. They deserve the chance to live in a safe, loving and permanent home.
The Metro Atlanta CASA Collaborative is committed to ensuring that all our children in foster care have a qualified, compassionate, committed adult - a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer- to look out for the best interest of these children.
Learn how CASA volunteers lift up a child's voice and a child's life!
Click here to learn more about Georgia CASA's Education Advocate pilot program for 2014 - 2015 - Education Advocates are needed!
Click here to learn more about Fostering Futures training for Metro Atlanta CASA volunteers in 2013 - 2014!