Giving abused and neglected
children a voice in court.

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Volunteer

Giving abused and neglected
children a voice in court.

Red heart with parents and childBlue heart with hands holding a smaller heart

Donate

Volunteer

Giving abused and neglected
children a voice in court.

Red heart with parents and childBlue heart with hands holding a smaller heart

Donate

Volunteer

492

Children in Foster Care

274

Children Being Served

97

Volunteer Advocates

218

Children Need an Advocate

OUR MISSION

The mission of Pulaski & Perry Counties CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is to give abused and neglected children a voice in court.

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DONATE

With your gift, you are giving abused and neglected children a voice as we walk with them on their journey towards safe and permanent homes.

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VOLUNTEER

Volunteer advocates are trained at our Advocate Academy located at 3001 W. Roosevelt Rd in Little Rock. Our offices are located on the first floor of the Juvenile Justice Complex in the Pulaski County District Court building.

Our Goal: A CASA Advocate for every child in foster care.

CASA is a local nonprofit that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to serve as advocates for children who have experienced abuse or neglect.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER
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