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Volunteer Stays Committed to One Family Over Three Years

January 30, 2024|

When Dallas CASA volunteer Shamika Williams accepted her first case in 2020, she was ready to say yes to whatever came her way. She didn't think her next two cases would involve siblings of the first child she was assigned to. But after three years working closely with one family, Shamika is pleased all three children are safe, thriving and know their siblings.

Neesha Only Knew Violence and Chaos

January 30, 2024|

Neesha came into care at 17 still a sophomore in high school, desperately in need of jaw surgery and with a lifetime of chaos around her. She was assigned Dallas CASA volunteer Page, who found a young woman who had dreams for herself but needed some support to get there.

What Does Community-Based Care Mean for Dallas CASA Volunteers?

July 5, 2023|

Community-based care is coming to Dallas, but what exactly does that mean for Dallas CASA volunteers and the child victims of abuse and neglect served by the agency’s volunteers? It's part of "foster care re-design," a change being implemented by the Texas Legislature and means changes for children in care, their placements and Dallas CASA volunteers.

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Protecting Children | Restoring Childhood

  • In 2023, 1,240 Dallas CASA volunteers served 2,151 children living in protective care.

  • For the past five years, Dallas CASA has accepted 100% of court appointments for children in foster care.

  • Last year, 599,683 days of service were devoted to children by Dallas CASA volunteers.

  • Dallas CASA volunteer advocates protect children and restore childhoods, removing barriers so children can reach their full potential.

  • Amidst a changing child welfare environment, Dallas CASA remains committed to strengthening and broadening its benefit to children and families.

  • Dallas CASA remains totally committed to providing a CASA volunteer for every child who needs one.


Volunteer Advocate

Juan prioritizes teaching each child the value of their uniqueness, heritage, and native language. He says being a bilingual advocate who can provide comfortable communication and understanding to their story and the pressures they face is invaluable. “I let them know they are valued, have a lot to offer, and have so many things to be proud of. It is so important to understand and value where you come from before you can be anything else.

Juan N.

Volunteer Advocate

This child has opened my heart wide open. He’s become part of who I am.

Janet F.

Dallas CASA Supporter

Wonderful organization doing absolutely fantastic things for the community.

Mary P.

Volunteer Advocate

I want to be a stabilizing influence for young men who need that. I tell them I won’t quit on them as long as they don’t quit on me.

Fred P.

Dallas CASA Supporter

Dallas CASA is an amazing organization that helps abused and neglected children all over the Dallas area. Thanks for all the great work y’all do!

Christine C.

Volunteer Advocate

Volunteering with Dallas CASA has taught me so much about the child welfare system and has helped me meet so many wonderful people. There is a reason advocates remain advocates for several years – they see a difference in children’s lives. I love hearing advocate testimonies. There are many different ways to get involved and directly or indirectly change a child’s life for the better! To change the world, you have to start with our future generation and CASA gives these kids a chance to be happy, loved, and have every opportunity for success in the future!

Kayli R.

Volunteer Advocate

I’m proud to be a small part of a major influence to end the cycle of abuse and neglect and ensure every child finds a safe, permanent home in Dallas county. Dallas CASA has opened my eyes and my heart to the needs of those in protective care in Dallas county and I’m humbled to support their mission.

Brooke D.

Volunteer Advocate

Being a CASA volunteer has expanded horizons for me.  It has given me a better understanding of people.

Abhi M.