See how we’re making a difference in our community.
We’ve been working hard to help the abused and neglected youth in our community find safe, permanent homes. Here’s what we’ve been up to lately:
Staff Attorney/Advocate Supervisor makes the case for CASA Volunteers as the appointed Guardians Ad Litem for children in Juvenile Court Dependency proceedings
Guest blogger and Advocate Supervisor, Keyla Alleyne, shares how memories from her early childhood have fueled her passion for child welfare.
On Tuesday, Judge Toller described the process and importance of Family Treatment Court. Today, she shares the success of one family.
In the first of this two-part series, Juvenile Court Judge Alison W. Toller describes the Family Treatment Court approach, and the important role of the CASA program.
Join Executive Director Janet Walden in celebrating those who make a difference in the life of a child.
Last Thursday evening, we celebrated the Swearing-In of nine new CASA Volunteers to our family!
“No winter lasts forever: no spring skips its turn.” --Hal Borland
“Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
Join Hall-Dawson CASA Executive Director, Janet Walden in her appreciation for the collaboration with Wisdom Project 2030.
Today we are debunking or confirming information out the CASA role – what we do, who can be a CASA, and many more! Check out the blog and let us know if we can tell you more.
Have you ever nursed a broken HEART? What did it take to put it back together? Did someone help you mend your brokenness?
Did you make any resolutions? How’s it going? How are you living life to the fullest this year?
Our executive director, Janet Walden, tells the story of the lessons learned about permanency from her young teacher, the second-grade student she mentored.
Access WDUN's non-profit spotlight "For Goodness Sake" focused on Hall-Dawson CASA's story.
Help us write our story, helps us change the statistics, help us change a child’s story. Begin writing your story.
2020 challenged us all in ways we never could have anticipated. Will you take hope into the new year?
More than 100 children in our community experiencing foster care are waiting for a CASA volunteer. Are you the one a child is waiting for?
The CAT (Clothing and Toy) Center is staffed by CASA Volunteers and provides much needed clothing, baby items, toiletries, and more for our foster parents and relative caregivers of the children we serve.
A CASA Volunteer plays an important role in helping a child understand what is happening during their experience in foster care, and helps keep siblings connected when they are placed apart from one another.
You can be a part of making sure that every child in your community who has experienced abuse or neglect has the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving home.
Today is GivingTuesday. It is more important (and perhaps more challenging) than ever to look around and acknowledge the good things happening in our world. What will you give this GivingTuesday?
Counting our blessings is an important way to show our gratitude on Thanksgiving.
Saturday, September 12, 2020 Richard lost his month long battle with COVID-19 and he will be sorely missed.
Hall-Dawson CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is excited to announce and welcome Joy Green to the team as Development Specialist.
Tracy L. Verrigni joins the Hall-Dawson CASA Team April 6, 2020. Tracy will fill the newly designed role of Volunteer Recruitment & Training Coordinator.