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Our Mission

The Mission of CASA is to serve as an independent voice in court for abused and neglected children of Wise and Jack Counties.   CASA volunteers are trained and court appointed to investigate, monitor, report, and serve as advocates in court for abused and neglected children’s best interest.  The CASA volunteer is there to help secure a permanent placement in a safe and caring environment for the child whom he/she serves as a voice in court.

Our Services

Who We Are

Promoting and protecting the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in court proceedings through the advocacy efforts of trained volunteers. Serving children in Wise and Jack Counties.


When a child enters the child welfare system because his or her home is no longer safe due to abuse or neglect, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to advocate for the best interest of the child in court and other settings. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate.


A donation to CASA of Wise and Jack Counties is an investment in a child and the community. With your gift, you can help the CASA program to provide the very best volunteer advocacy for children removed from their homes due to abuse and/or neglect. The children appreciate your support!

Upcoming Events

March 23rd–Advocate Training Session

April 2nd–Wear Blue for Child Abuse Prevention

April 5th–Intro to CASA (Virtual-via Facebook)

April 7th–Virtual Silent Auction


April 25th–Blue Sunday for Child Abuse Awareness

May 1st–Walk. Run. thrive. (Virtual)

👏👏👏👏Anne Dessert is no ordinary CASA volunteer. This past March, she celebrated her 100th birthday! She first started her work as a CASA volunteer in 2004 at the young age of 83, and is retiring after 17 years of CASA service. When asked if she has any advice on leadership and getting involved in the community, Anne said: “My advice is to get involved. If you see something that needs to be done, then get started and complete the task. As you go, bring others along to help. The sidelines may seem safe and stress free, but they are not as interesting, exciting, satisfying and fun as getting to work and getting things done.” CASA of Pinal County and the children and families Anne has served will be forever changed by her dedication, experience and commitment to making an impact. Thank you, Anne! #TheCASADifference ... See MoreSee Less
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What a wild year it was!! These pictures are an incredible reminder of a year none of us want to relive. ... See MoreSee Less
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We pray for children who sneak Popsicles before supper, who erase holes in math workbooks, who can never find their shoes.And we pray for those who stare at photographers from behind barbed wire, who’ve never squeaked across the floor in new sneakers, who never had crayons to count, who are born in places we wouldn’t be caught dead, who never go to the circus, who live in an X-rated world. We pray for children who bring us sticky kisses and fistfuls of dandelions, who sleep with the dog and bury goldfish, who give hugs in a hurry and forget their lunch money, who cover themselves with Band-Aids and sing off-key, who squeeze toothpaste all over the sink, who slurp their soup. And we pray for those who never get dessert, who watch their parents watch them die, who have no safe blanket to drag behind, who can’t find any bread to steal, who don’t have any rooms to clean up, whose pictures aren’t on anybody’s dresser, whose monsters are real. We pray for children who spend all their allowance before Tuesday, who throw tantrums in the grocery store and pick at their food, who like ghost stories, who shove dirty clothes under the bed, who never rinse out the tub, who get visits from the tooth fairy, who don’t like to be kissed in front of the school, who squirm in church and scream in the phone, whose tears we sometimes laugh at and whose smiles can make us cry. And we pray for those whose nightmares come in the daytime, who will eat anything, who aren’t spoiled by anybody, who go to bed hungry and cry themselves to sleep, who live and move, but have no being. We pray for children who want to be carried, and for those who must. For those we never give up on, and for those who never get a chance. For those we smother with our love,and for those who will grab the hand of anybody kind enough to offer. - Ina Hughes ... See MoreSee Less
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This past year has taught us a lot about the importance of having a web presence for communication. Our websites are designed to drive forward your public image while providing a website that speaks volumes for your organization!
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Hello Folks!

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Have a fantastic Wednesday and stay safe!😊

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As schools begin to return back to campus we would like to take the opportunity to share our deepest appreciation and respect to all the hard work the admins down to the teachers have shown. You are appreciated!


Hope Everyone is safe and doing well, IES is glad to be back. The past year has been tough but it is uplifting to see the resilience schools and non profits are continuing to show and have shown in this roller coaster of a year.

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Contact Us

Phone: (940) 627-7535
Fax: (940) 627-7533

300 East Pecan Street
Decatur, Texas 76073