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This year, resolve to... DO MORE


DO MORE
than just say it’s unfair
or wish you could do more

Become an advocate

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This year, resolve to... DO MORE


DO MORE
than just say it’s unfair
or wish you could do more

Become an advocate

We Speak Up For Children in Foster Care Throughout Tarrant County

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Tarrant County is an organization of volunteer advocates who stand up on behalf of abused and neglected children because they want them to have a future brighter, more hopeful than their past. About 400 abused and neglected children in Tarrant County are currently waiting on the critical voice of a volunteer advocate. Learn More.

Check out our pinwheel installations at UTA and TCC Trinity River in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn how you can make a positive impact at an upcoming Information Session.

400 children are waiting on the powerful voice of a CASA volunteer. Donate today to help us serve all of these vulnerable children.

A special one night gallery event on April 25 showcasing artwork created by children of all ages who are currently in foster care.

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MEET CHLOE, CATIE & COLE


MEET CHLOE, CATIE & COLE


Meet Chloe, Catie & Cole

When 5 month old twins, Chloe and Catie, and big brother Cole were taken to the hospital, doctors saw bruises, cuts, and scrapes. Chloe was rushed into ICU, and once stabilized, doctors discovered she had experienced severe head trauma, brain damage, and permanent vision loss.

That’s when CASA volunteers John and Jenifer stepped in. Together with CPS, John and Jenifer reached out to some of Crystal’s other family members to find support for the children. With CASA’s help, a few supporting Crystal in the beginning grew to eleven a few months later.

CASA was the catalyst in connecting the mom to family and keeping family members engaged during the long court case. Now that Crystal is a single-mom of three children, one with special needs, the support of her family continues to provide the best possible life for her and her children.