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Western Regional CASA Landing2018-01-26T10:02:25+00:00

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About Western Regional CASA

About Western Regional CASA

Western Regional CASA works to create a quality volunteer advocacy network with a goal of engaging and empowering enough volunteers to give a voice to every abused and neglected child in the court system for the West Virginia market area we serve.

How You Can Help

How You Can Help

There are many ways to be involved with Western Regional CASA. You can become an advocate, help volunteer, be a partner, or donate to our cause.

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Events Calendar

Learn where Western Regional CASA is in your community. We participate in a variety of recruiting events throughout the year.

Resources in the Community

Resources in the Community

Get connected with resource partners throughout our region and the state of West Virginia.

Job Opening: Western Regional CASA

JOIN US IN OUR MISSION DONATE VOLUNTEER RESOURCES JOB OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT CASA VOLUNTEER SUPERVISOR Western Regional CASA, a program of the TEAM for WV Children, has an opening for the fulltime position of Cabell County CASA Volunteer Supervisor, based in Huntington.  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers, appointed by circuit court judges to represent an abused child’s best interests in court proceedings.  CASA volunteers also work with older youth to better prepare them for adulthood.  This person will be responsible for recruiting, screening, training & supervising of volunteers, as well as case management, networking & public relations, primarily in Cabell County.   HOURS: 40 hours per week - Monday through Friday Daytime hours with some evenings/Saturdays possible during volunteer training and recruitment activities [...]

Stopping Vicious Cycles in W.Va.

At this moment, there are more than 5,000 children in foster care in West Virginia. According to the Court Appointed Special Advocate Association, one of the factors driving so many kids into foster care here is the opioid epidemic.

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