About CASA of Rock County
Since 2005, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Rock County has been recruiting and training community members to become advocates for children who have experienced abuse and are in the temporary custody of an overwhelmed and under-resourced child welfare system. CASAs use a trauma-informed approach, providing stability and guidance to children in the child welfare system. Just as importantly, CASAs are role models and mentors, promoting and enhancing resiliency and positive long-term outcomes in the children they serve.
CASA volunteers amplify a child's voice is heard in court; we advocate for the best interest of a child and make informal recommendations for the child's physical and emotional well-being. It is our desire to bring them hope, joy, and a stable adult figure in their lives.
CASA of Rock County is a United Way Blackhawk Region funded partner.
Who are we?
Be A Voice!
Our mission is to recruit, train and support community volunteers to advocate for the best interest of children who have experienced abuse or neglect.
Every child will have a safe and stable forever family.
Commitment fueled by passion and persistence.
Relationships strengthened through communication, teamwork and mentoring.
The integrity and credibility of our volunteers and are proud of the advocacy they do.
Measurable outcomes through continual improvement and accountability.
These demographics are based off the children we are currently serving and those on our wait-list from 2019 in Rock County, WI.