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CASA Volunteers Needed

Brush Country CASA is currently seeking volunteers to advocate for children who have been displaced due to abuse and neglect. CASA volunteers are not foster parents and they do not take children home. In fact, it is against our policies to take children to your home or take them on overnight outings. Our goal at… Read more »

Texas CASA’s Renewed Commitment to Racial Justice

Texas CASA mourns the deaths of Black Americans at the hands of police officers, and stands with all people affected by racism and injustice. The pain and protests throughout our nation speak a message that must be heard. As an organization that strives to make Texas a state where all children and families can have… Read more »

Brush Country CASA Welcomes and Celebrates LGBTQ Volunteers for Youth in Foster Care

During June, LGBTQ Pride Month, Brush Country CASA is casting a spotlight on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth in the foster care system, and the need for LGBTQ and LGBTQ-affirming volunteers to advocate for their safety and well-being. Brush Country CASA recruits and trains Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA volunteers, to… Read more »

Pattern Energy Donates to CASA

Brush Country CASA would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Pattern Energy for their generous contribution of $2,000. The donation was used to purchase tablets for our children to use to complete their school work while they were home due to COVID-19. Thank you, Pattern Energy, for investing in our children’s education. We… Read more »

Brush Country CASA Welcomes New CASA Volunteers

We are so happy to welcome our newest CASA advocates, Rosario Hernandez, Jessica Garica, Anja Martinez, Valerie Hoops, Sheyla Guzman and Adam Sandoval. We are super excited because they are the first to complete our new online training class which was developed to combat the challenges our program has faced due to COVID-19. Even with… Read more »

Recent Adoption

CASA volunteers are appointed by the Judge to gather information regarding children in foster care. CASA volunteers have one child or one sibling group which allows them to focus on the individual needs of that particular family. They volunteer to gather information about the children they serve by talking to the everyone involved in the… Read more »

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

With April right around the corner Brush Country CASA is gearing up for our annual awareness events. You can find more information on what we have planned by checking out the Upcoming Events section of the border to the right. If you would like more information on how you can get involved this April, please… Read more »

March is National Social Work Month

As part of March’s National Social Work Month celebration, Brush Country CASA recognizes and appreciates the social workers, advocates and others who devote their careers to bettering the lives of others. Social workers strive to build a stronger community for all people, and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates®) is a proud partner in the effort… Read more »

CASA Welcomes New CASA Volunteers

We are so happy to welcome our newest CASA advocates, Marion Blake, Elvira Shugart, Nancy Young and Lupita Salazar Weeks. These wonderful ladies have chosen to be a part of our program because of their passion for children. Their passion helps us all come together and be a strong voice as we speak up for… Read more »

CASA Seeks People to Stand Up for Children in Foster Care

Brush Country CASA is on the hunt for people who are able and willing to stand up for children in foster care. CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates is a non-profit organization who recruits, trains, and supports every day citizens as they help guide children through the foster care system. Brush Country CASA serves children… Read more »