There are over 10,000 abused and neglected children in Maricopa County alone. These at risk children would fill to capacity the ASU Wells Fargo Arena. Thankfully, 5% of these children have a CASA to look out for their best interests and to remain with them for as long as it takes to find a safe, permanent home. More children need the expertise and care of a CASA. Learn more about Voices and what having a CASA means to an abused or neglected child. Read More about What is a CASA?


Welcome to Voices for CASA Children

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Putt Putt 4 Purpose

The Arians Family Foundation hosted the inaugural  'Putt Putt 4 Purpose' on November 3, 2013 at Golfland in Mesa. The event brought awareness and support for the Court Appointed Special Advocate program and the many children they serve and everyone had a great time!

Spotlight.

Voices for CASA Children is taking action to bring advocacy to more abused and neglected children in Maricopa County and increasing awareness statewide of the value a CASA brings to the child and the entire child welfare team. Please join us in our efforts.

The National CASA Association is a network of 955 programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings. Visit their website.

The Theta's have been a strong supporter of CASA and Voices for CASA Children. These are incredible young women who live the values that help make the world a better place. Read More

Thanks to our Partners

Voices for CASA Children Believes

Every abused and neglected child in state care deserves:

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GOAL:
ONE CASA FOR EVERY CHILD



  • A safe and permanent home.
  • An advocate working in that child's best interest.

Maricopa County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) programThe CASA program recruits, trains and supports new CASAs, but they cannot meet the demand. Currently they are serving approximately 5 percent of abused and neglected children in state care. Visit superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/casa to learn more.


Voices for CASA Children raises funds so the CASA of Maricopa County program can recruit, train and support more volunteer advocates and educate our community about the importance of CASA. Read More about What is a CASA

Mission
​Voices for CASA Children is
dedicated to bringing a voice to every abused and neglected child in state care by providing resources to support and grow the CASA of Maricopa County program. 
The children...the numbers...
Children in care*:
11,572
Children who have a CASA:
557
Children who need a CASA:
11,015
CASA Advocates:
482


*As of April 30, 2014

Maricopa County CASA Program results for FY2013
Total Children Served:
836
Volunteer advocates: 
412
Advocate hours donated:
27,265
Miles driven by Advocates:
269,421
CASA Court Reports submitted to the Judge:
671



Thank you to the following sponsors who helped make the Light of Hope Celebration a success; Celebrity DJ, El Chorro Lodge, John Buttel Photography, and Lisa Shipp, The Arizona Lottery.


Handling Systems Inc. and Torres Consulting and Law Group, LLC.