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The mission of CASA of the Wiregrass Region is to be the voice for children who have been victims of abuse and/or neglect. Our Vision is to serve every child in the Wiregrass by providing them with a caring and competent trained volunteer.
CASA of the Wiregrass Region
Court Appointed Special Advocates of the Wiregrass Region will provide abused, neglected or abandoned children with a highly trained volunteer to advocate for the child’s best interest before family courts in Houston County in the State of Alabama. Our volunteers will be recruited, screened and trained by paid staff. Our staff and volunteers will then work in conjunction with the judges, lawyers, and social workers to help ensure children receive appropriate care and support while navigating the court, child welfare, and foster care systems.
Volunteer training and
CASA of the Wiregrass Region is 1/20 counties in the state of Alabama that serve abused and neglected children in their communities.
You can help Change A Child’s Story with CASA of the Wiregrass Region.
Board of Directors
Broker/Owner of Wiregrass Home Team
Child and Family Services
Laurel Oaks Behavioral Center
Adelyn became a CASA volunteer in the fall of 2015, in Fort Wayne Indiana. She has experienced “the system” from multiple perspectives: as a CASA, and in working for the Department of Child Services both in the field and on the legal team. Adelyn believes that there is nothing more important to any community than ensuring that all children have someone on their side. She considers it her absolute privilege to be a part of CASA of the Wiregrass Region. Adelyn is married and the proud mother of 2 sons and 2 daughters. Adelyn holds a BS from Indiana University and a JD from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
To contact her, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (334) 610-5450.
Kelsey interned with the CASA program from May of 2018 to July of 2018 and then remained a volunteer until she was hired as an Advocate Coordinator in April of 2019. Kelsey graduated from Troy University with a bachelor’s in human services and a minor in case management. Kelsey loves being a part of the CASA program because she loves building friendships with the children and ensuring safe permanency in a timely manner.
To contact her, please email email@example.com or phone (334) 329-8443.
Taylor has been with the CASA program since April of 2018 as a volunteer. She was hired as a staff member in July of 2018. Taylor studied Social Work at Troy University and was a Pre-School Teacher for three years. Taylor has always enjoyed working with children but says she has a passion for being an advocate and making a difference in their life while gaining new friendships with children and families along the way.
To contact her, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (334) 435-8001.