Intern Reflection – Sophia McClanahan

Intern Reflection – Sophia McClanahan

Intern Reflections Sophia McClanahan University of St. Francis Bachelor’s in Social Work Graduating December 2020 Having the pleasure to intern at CASA was so incredibly fulfilling. Being an advocate means more than just an internship, it’s being able to change...
Intern Reflections – Alejandro Orozco

Intern Reflections – Alejandro Orozco

Intern Reflections Alejandro Orozco University of St. Francis Master’s in Social Work Graduating May 2020 What the CASA internship meant to me was a unique opportunity to work on the legal side of social work through the court system. A unique internship where...
COVID-19 Update from National CASA

COVID-19 Update from National CASA

During this vulnerable time, CASA strives to keep children in the foster care safe by maintaining frequent contact with children. We are in full agreement with National CASA that “Our volunteers are needed now more than ever as a lifeline to ensure the health,...
Hope for the Holidays

Hope for the Holidays

By Madison Bailey The holidays can be an especially difficult time for children in foster care. For some children, they’ve been moved around to so many homes that they feel like they don’t belong to a family. For others, the family they are staying with may have...