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The mission of CASA of the Cheaha Region is to be the voice for children who have been victims of abuse and/or neglect. Our Vision is to serve every child in the Cheaha Region by providing them with a caring and competent trained volunteer.
CASA of the Cheaha Region
Court Appointed Special Advocates of the Cheaha Region will provide abused, neglected or abandoned children with a highly trained volunteer to advocate for the child’s best interest before family courts in the counties of St. Clair, Talladega, and Calhoun in the State of Alabama. Our volunteers will be recruited, screened and trained by paid staff. Our staff and volunteers will then work in conjunction with the judges, lawyers, and social workers to help ensure children receive appropriate care and support while navigating the court, child welfare, and foster care systems.
Volunteer training and
CASA of the Cheaha Region serves 3 of 21 counties in the state of Alabama that assist abused and neglected children in their communities.
You can help Change A Child’s Story by volunteering with CASA of the Cheaha Region
Board of Directors
Dr. Natalie Lindell
Oxford Family Practice
Judge Laura Phillips
Calhoun County Assistant District Attorney
Laura is the Executive Director of Court Appointed Special Advocates of the Cheaha Region in Alabama. The Cheaha Region consists of three counties and is nestled around the highest point in Alabama- the beautiful Cheaha Mountain. Laura has called the region she serves home for the duration of a life that has been laced with a passion for volunteer led organizations. She owes the discovery of her passion to a family who introduced her to frequent volunteering at five years old. After obtaining her degree in Chemistry, her desire to fulfill her purpose led her back to the familiar world of non-profits as she became an Advocate Coordinator with Alabama CASA Network in the Northeast Region in January 2018. Since joining in the CASA mission, Ms. Miller has seen tremendous program growth, an increased volunteer base, increasingly positive program reputation, and an expansion of the understanding of the CASA brand throughout the program’s three county region. She is the mother to two children that further motivate her to create a better community for them by cultivating hearts for service. As Executive Director, Laura has made it not only her career, but her heart’s mission, for every abused and neglected child to receive a competent and caring adult community member to advocate for them and ensure each child moves toward a permanent, safe, stable, and loving home as quickly as possible.
To contact her, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (334) 610-6559.
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