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What is a 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 2020, 104 advocates served 344 children in Flathead and Lincoln County.

  • Number of CASA Advocates
    Number of CASA Advocates


  • The Cost to Match One Child with a CASA Advocate for a Year
    The Cost to Match One Child with a CASA Advocate for a Year


  • Children Waiting for a CASA
    Children Waiting for a CASA


News & Events

The Knit Wits II find unique ways to support CASA for Kids!

AHG Troop MT2300 creates craft bags for local CASA Kiddos!

How can we learn from the stories of those who experienced our foster care system firsthand, and move towards more compassionate and holistic advocacy for youth and families? Join us for an inspirational conversation with Collaborative Family Engagement Coach Maria McCord about the importance of empathy in our work with children and families, and the lifesaving power of connection.