The mission of CASA of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit is to adhere to the National CASA Association's Core Model of providing screened, trained and qualified community court appointed volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children and youth who are before the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court as a result of abuse or neglect as defined by the WV child welfare laws; these children or youth may be living at home or in out-of-home care. CASA volunteers advocate for children from age birth through the age 18 unless court ordered to remain with the child through their twenty first birthday.
When foster children are bounced around, they can end up feeling homeless. Having their lives repeatedly uprooted leaves these children feeling alone and unwanted. YOU can ensure they'll have a safe, permanent home where they can thrive by being a CASA volunteer.
Ways to Give:
CASA of the 11th Judicial Circuit
Mailing: PO Box 1142, Lewisburg, WV 24901
Office: 1046 Washinton St. E. Ste 3, Lewisburg, WV 24901
CASA of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit vision is to provide advocacy, consistency and quicker routes to successful permanency for all children who have entered juvenile court as a result of abuse of neglect. CASA of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, is committed to the highest quality of advocacy through trained Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Service: We provide care and advocacy to children who have experienced abuse of neglect.
Collaboration: We strive to build connections and partnerships with other social service agencies.
Integrity: We carry out all obligations of our program and volunteers with the utmost responsibility and accountability.
Diversity: We seek everyone's unique background to provide advocacy to the diverse foster care system.
Ethics: We strive to meet the highest ethical standards with trauma informed care initiatives.