For more information on the program, or how to become involved, visit www. The ultimate goal of the CASA volunteers and the organization as a whole is to serve as a guardian for every child in the foster care system and to break the cycle of abuse, one child Sefking a time. In terms of percentage, 72 percent of those children were handed over to CPS agents because of neglect, 23 percent because of physical abuse and 5 percent were taken over by CPS because of sexual abuse.
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The organization is the only one of its kind in Montgomery County that is appointed by the court to advocate for abused and neglected children. Written By.
Since the program is a nonprofit, it relies heavily on grants and fundraisers, which are manned by CASA volunteers. The organization provides all training for prospective volunteers free of charge.