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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 »

Update from Brush Country CASA Regarding COVID-19

Brush Country CASA is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of our board, staff and volunteers. As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, we will stay informed and follow the recommendations and expertise of health officials. Currently all events, trainings and meetings scheduled by Brush Country CASA in unaffected counties will continue as… Read more »

School Supply Drive for CASA

Brush Country CASA would like to thank each and every person who contributed to our School Supply Drive this year. The outpouring of support we received was absolutely incredible. Our CASA kids are so grateful and so are we. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Jack’s Auto Kingsville TX. Celanese Bishop Facility Silver… Read more »

Luggage Drive

Hundreds of children in our service area enter the foster care system each year. What we find is that most of them come into care with their belongings stored in a trash bag. This is unexceptionable. All over the Country folks have been working to help provide luggage for children in care so we can… Read more »

Trunk or Treat

Brush Country CASA and Child Protective Services are teaming up for a SPOOKtacular event! Save the date for our 2019 Trunk or Treat which will be held at the Community Life Center parking lot at the corner of 5th and Yoakum in Kingsville, Texas. This event is absolutely free of charge and is open to… Read more »