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What is CASA?

Court Appointed Special Advocates® (CASA) are community volunteers, just like you, who stand up and speak out to help abused and neglected children.

CASA for Kids advocates for abused and neglected children by providing a voice, healing the hurt, and breaking the cycle of abuse in the child’s life.  In 2019, 105 advocates served 318 children in Flathead County and 13 advocates served 33 children in Lincoln County.

News & Events

COVID – 19 is on everyone’s mind right now. You cannot turn on the tv, radio, scroll through social media or read a paper without being inundated with information. Unfortunately, most of the news is alarming. Sorting fact from fiction can be challenging.

Children are not immune from worrying about this. Their routines have been disrupted and many have questions and fears about what they are hearing. Manuela Molina Cruz of @mindheart.kids put together a fun, information little booklet that you can download for free at www.mindheart.co/descargables.

Chance to win an amazing Playhouse and support CASA!

Sliters is unveiling their DreamBuilders Playhouse this weekend, March 7-8, at the Home and Garden Showcase (Fairgrounds)! The playhouse will be raffled off on April 18 @ 1pm at Sliters Bigfork. proceeds will be evenly donated to CASA for Kids, the Nurturing Center, Bigfork ACES, and the West Shore Food Bank.

visit www.sliters.com/raffle for more information and to buy tickets, Or visit any Sliters location.

Thanks to the generosity of the Whitefish Community Foundation and their new innovative grant program, The Kids Fund, we were able to roll out our new program FOCUS this month.