WHO WE ARE
Our programs provide quality based advocacy for abused and neglected children.
Join us as we come together as a community to support children who are neglected or abused.
Become a child’s voice in court –
become a CASA volunteer.
Celebrating 25 Years Serving The Community
For 25 years, CASA of Collin County plays an essential role in the community by providing well trained volunteers who advocate for children who have been removed from their homes because of severe abuse and neglect. Since 1991, CASA has served over 10,000 children. CASA is appointed in 100% of cases where children are removed from their homes by CPS in Collin County. Volunteers are appointed as the guardian ad litem by District Judges, who rely on CASA’s impartial investigation to provide them with clear, concise information allowing an informed decision on the future of the child. No other social service agency provides the services that CASA offers for abused children. We have a stable and well-trained staff of 13 and over 200 active Volunteers.
CASA of Collin County promotes and protects the best interest of children who have been abused or neglected by training volunteer advocates to improve the child’s quality of life and serve as their voice within the court system to ensure they are placed in a safe, permanent and loving home.