In Arizona, there are 15 county CASA programs administered by the CASA of Arizona office which is a program of the Dependent Children's Services Division of the Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Courts. CASA of Arizona and its volunteers have been advocating for abused and neglected children in Arizona for over 30 years and have served over 21,541 children.
Take a minute to read a timeline of the CASA of Arizona program and view a history project video featuring a judge, volunteers, and foster children associated with the program.
CASA of Arizona is part of a nationwide movement of community volunteers and is an affiliate member of the National CASA Association.
CASA strives to ensure that society is fulfilling its most fundamental obligation to children in need. CASA trains and supports qualified, compassionate adults that will fight for and protect a child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family.
For more information please see the State's CASA of Pinal County page. Alternatively, you can learn more about the CASA program by watching this short video.