About Us

The Camden County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program’s goal is to provide a trained advocate for 100% of the children in Camden County who are or will become entangled in the juvenile justice and foster care systems because they are victims of abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Many of these children are taken from their homes and placed in a massive state system where they can get “lost” for months or even years. The CASA Program aspires to be the voice of every child in the system, to prevent this feeling of loss and abandonment. Because…Every child deserves a safe, permanent home.

The CASA Program has successfully worked with more than 500 children in the Camden County area. It is a record of service unequaled by any other youth-serving organization.

The CASA Program can’t work without the skilled, caring, and energetic advocates and volunteers from the community. These are the people that speak up for children, thereby making a difference not only in the life of a child, but in their own lives as well.

The Camden County CASA Program needs your help to reach even more children. We ask you to thoughtfully invest in an organization with over 10 year’s experience of caring and dedication to the community. The CASA Program is a champion for children that never stops proving its worth to the community of Camden County.

Mission Statement

The Camden County CASA Program is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) agency that provides a community of trained, screened, and supervised volunteers appointed by a judicial system to speak for the best interest of abused and neglected children involved in juvenile court proceedings.