660 Cascade W Pkwy SE STE 65, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
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Our mission Michigan Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is dedicated to changing the lives of abused and neglected children by establishing, supporting and expanding quality CASA programs throughout the state of Michigan.

Michigan CASA

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A Court Appointed Special Advocate is a person who is a positive influence, a consistent caring adult, a witness of the facts, a specially trained and sworn in representative, a friend with a large heart, and most importantly a person who can change an abused or neglected child’s life. CASA volunteers can wear many hats to be the advocate of a child in the family court system. CASAs build a relationship with the child to understand and advocate for the best interest of the child, whether it is recommending services, expressing the child’s unique situation in court or explaining what is happening to the child. CASAs are appointed by a family court judge to be the voice of that child in court. CASAs are supported by a professional team and go through specialized training. If you have room in your heart to change the life of an abused or neglected child we would love to have you become part of Michigan CASA.
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  • 21+, 55+
  • Individuals
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How you help Neglected and abused children need our voices to support their goals for permanency and well being. As professionals involved in these constantly changing cases, it is the CASA volunteers' consistency with children that allow them to trust and have hope. We are making a difference and you can help.
About us Michigan CASA is the statewide association for 28 local CASA programs. We work to connect each part of the CASA community and empower the local programs to perform at their highest level. At the local level, the programs recruit, train and supervise Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers to advocate for children involved in the child welfare system and improve their well-being. At the state level Michigan CASA provides financial support, training and services to help the local programs operate in the most effective way possible to be able to provide best interest advocacy to the children of our state.
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