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Cheaha CASA Invitational- Tee Up Against Child Abuse!

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Our next volunteer training is coming up! We are in need of volunteers to join us on our mission of providing a CASA volunteer to every dependent child that is victim of abuse and neglect. Learn more and register at www.cheahaCASA.org/volunteer ... See MoreSee Less

Our next volunteer training is coming up! We are in need of volunteers to join us on our mission of providing a CASA volunteer to every dependent child that is victim of abuse and neglect. Learn more and register at www.cheahaCASA.org/volunteer

As a CASA, one of the most frequently asked questions is, “Can we keep up with our kids even after the case closes?”

Some families are open to continuing contact after case closure for the extended support our amazing advocates. Some families choose to start all over fresh, and they’re eager to have the system a thing of their past. Sometimes, we can’t blame them!

Often, we have teenagers that are difficult to match because they outnumber the advocates we have. These teenagers are by far the most likely to reach back out for help and/or stay in touch.

Tonight, an aged out child growing into adulthood texted her advocate to say, “I know you don’t have to talk to me, but I sure am glad you do.”

We sure are glad that they do, too.

Sometimes, being an advocate is the hardest thing, but it is always a best thing!

Our next training go become a new advocate starts in August. Turn in an interest inquiry by visiting CheahaCASA.org/volunteer
... See MoreSee Less

As a CASA, one of the most frequently asked questions is, “Can we keep up with our kids even after the case closes?”

Some families are open to continuing contact after case closure for the extended support our amazing advocates. Some families choose to start all over fresh, and they’re eager to have the system a thing of their past. Sometimes, we can’t blame them! 

Often, we have teenagers that are difficult to match because they outnumber the advocates we have. These teenagers are by far the most likely to reach back out for help and/or stay in touch. 

Tonight, an aged out child growing into adulthood texted her advocate to say, “I know you don’t have to talk to me, but I sure am glad you do.” 

We sure are glad that they do, too. 

Sometimes, being an advocate is the hardest thing, but it is always a best thing!

Our next training go become a new advocate starts in August. Turn in an interest inquiry by visiting CheahaCASA.org/volunteer
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SPEAKING UP FOR ALABAMA’S CHILDREN