Dallas CASA Volunteers Stay in Touch Virtually

Prioritizing the health and safety of children, volunteers and staff, Dallas CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) recently suspended face-to-face child visits, but Dallas CASA’s committed volunteers are staying in close contact with the children they serve in a variety of ways.


Bilingual Dallas CASA Volunteer Finds Common Ground

Over the past five years, Amanda Paredes has worked six Dallas CASA cases involving eight children, most of whom came into care speaking Spanish. Raised speaking both English and Spanish at home, Amanda says making connections through shared language and culture with the children she serves has been critical for them.