Pulaski County CASA is a volunteer-driven child welfare agency focused on best interest outcomes for children in the foster care system in both Pulaski and Perry Counties.  Pulaski County CASA is a publicly administered program and a part of the Pulaski County Government, a member of the Arkansas State CASA Association, and a member of the National CASA Association.


Pulaski County Friends of CASA, Inc. is a non-profit organization that supports the work of Pulaski County CASA through outreach, fundraising, and other supports. Pulaski County Friends of CASA, Inc. is governed by a Board of Directors.

The Mission of Pulaski County CASA is to provide trained, qualified, court appointed volunteers to give abused and neglected children a voice in court and advocate for their best interests.
A CASA advocate for every child in foster care.
We value children above all else. Every child in foster care deserves a voice speaking up for their best interests, to ensure their rights are respected and they have a safe, loving, permanent home.


We seek quality services for the entire family. We believe in prioritizing strengthened, reunified families. We believe in the value of sibling bonds and that siblings should remain together. We believe in utilizing extended family involvement to meet the best interests of children in foster care.


We believe families have diverse cultural experiences which should be recognized and respected. We believe that every individual has worth. We commit to empower each other with dignity and to seek equity.


We value working with our stakeholders, other professionals, community supports, and families to pursue sustainable improvements and quality change for children and families.