Become a CASA Volunteer

Take the first step to becoming a CASA advocate:


Careers at CASA

CASA of Central Texas is currently seeking to fill the following positions: Casework Supervisor   Casework Supervisor Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to kkey@casacentex.org No phone calls, please. Summary of Responsibility:  Supervise volunteer child advocates  Attend and moderate training sessions for child advocates  Participate in case staffing, assist… Read more »

Survey Says…

Each year we survey our volunteers and key professionals including Child Protective Services workers, attorneys and judges. The surveys highlight what is working in the program and where we can make improvements.  From all the feedback there is one big highlight – CASA Volunteers do make a difference, and we need more of them.  … Read more »

Welcome New CASA Volunteres

Welcome to our newest volunteers, sworn in at Friday’s appreciation mixer on December 11. These volunteers will soon be appointed to advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system. More volunteers are needed and training starts in January. Click here for more information. Pictured L-R:Mary Navarrette of Guadalupe County, Samantha Hillis of Comal… Read more »

CASA Annual Report

See the impact CASA had on the community in 2013, check out our Annual Report.

Hit the Road with CASA

The redesigned Big Voices for Little Texans license plate is now available for purchase through the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. A portion of the proceeds from the license plate goes directly to our local CASA program, and you put our logo on the road.  Get your license plate here.

Welcome New Advocates

Welcome new CASA volunteers sworn in February 19! Elizabeth Polk of Comal County, Karen Moore of Hays County, Sharon Ingerson of Comal County, Laurel Winslow of Comal County, Patti Ebrom of Comal County, Judge McClenahan, Gloria Cheatham of Guadalupe County, Kristi Perkins of Comal County, Sandy Durke of Comal County, Barbara Kovalski of Comal County… Read more »