Interested in becoming a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate)?

Upcoming Training:

July 9, 10, 12

9am to 3pm

Click here to view the flyer

RSVP to Carol James, Program Manager (volunteers@casalincolncounty.org ) or (541) 255-3116.

CASA office
644 Southwest Coast Highway, Suite I
Newport, Oregon

Please RSVP!

Call 541-265-3116 or email director@casalincolncounty.org

For more information about becoming a CASA in Lincoln County, please contact us.

Thank you to all of our 2018 Beach Bash sponsors, donors, and volunteers!

Elks Lodge
Columbia Bank
Coastal Event Rentals
The Purple Cats
Chinook Winds Casino Resort
Mo’s Restaurant Newport
Newport Chamber of Commerce
Newport Toyota
Northwest Natural
Oregon State Credit Union
Roby’s Furniture
Rogue Brewery
Salishan Spa & Golf Resort
Yaquina Bay Communications
Always Tea Time Catering
Chalet & Karly’s Bake Shop
Fred Meyer Newport
Georgie’s Beachside Grill
Habitat for Humanity
Illingworth’s Gifts
Inn at Spanish Head
JC Market Thriftway Newport
La Maison
Lord Brixxton’s
My Petite Sweets
Newport High School
Nye Beach Sweets
Oregon Coast Bank
Toledo Dairy Queen
Russ Baldwin
Mary Anne & Larry Beggs
Sally Bovett
Shel Burnett
Nancy Burns
Mark Chism
Jim Cline
Rod Croteau
Stacy DeHart
Amy Doerfler
Barb Dougherty
Lisa Ely
Randy Getman
David & Susan Gomberg
Summer Groblebe
Julie Hanrahan
Kempton Hewitt
Stacey & Terence Hickey
Doug & Patsy Hunt
Kaety Jacobson
Bo Kizer
Stephanie Linn
Steve Mason
Frankie O’Farrel
Reba Ortiz
Mike & Karen Pettis
Lisa Phipps
Marianne & Richard Reynolds
Alan Reynoldson
Mike & Denise Rundell
Judge Paulette  Sanders
Megan Schain-Park
Louise Solliday
Pamela Staton
Jamie Stoney
Dave Teem
Sarah Tugman
John Vanderbeck
Shirley Vasilakes

Was there ever a time in your life when you needed someone to stand up for you? Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, provides a powerful voice for abused, neglected, and drug-endangered children. Today, almost 200 children live in foster care in Lincoln County. In an overburdened system, these children risk slipping through the cracks and suffering from further abuse. CASA volunteers have the power to prevent this tragic reality. These dedicated, highly-trained community members serve as fact finders for the judge by investigating the background of each assigned case. They speak for the child in the courtroom, representing the child’s best interests, and work to move the child as quickly and effectively as possible through the system in order to be reunited the family or into a safe, permanent home.

Watch this video to learn about the proven outcomes of Court Appointed Special Advocacy:

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