Be a part of the solution!

Take the first step to becoming a CASA advocate:


  • TexasCASA

    Join us for our Annual 5K!

    Register today for a colorful experience that supports our mission.


  • TexasCASA

    Welcome to Brush Country CASA!

    By becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate, or CASA volunteer, you can help give a voice to children and youth in the foster care system.

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  • TexasCASA

    Make a difference in a child’s life… and your own!

    “I trusted my CASA volunteer. She was the only person whose face I recognized after every move.”


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    Join the CASA movement!

    Check out some of our upcoming events! We hope you can join us!


What it means to be a CASA Volunteer

By becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate, or CASA volunteer, you can help provide a voice for children who have been abused or neglected. CASA volunteers are individuals from all walks of life who speak up for a child’s best interests in court. You are not a foster parent, you are a voice making a real difference at a critical turning point in the child’s life.

CASA volunteers get to know the child and gather information from everyone involved in his or her daily life, including family members, foster parents, teachers, daycare providers, doctors, lawyers, social workers and other relevant persons. CASA volunteers use the information gathered to report to the judge, advocating for the child’s needs while in the foster care system. As a volunteer, you commit to represent a child’s best interests while they are in care.