Our mission is to advocate for safe, nurturing, and permanent connections to family and community so children who have experienced abuse and neglect have the opportunity to thrive.
CASA of Larimer County (CLC) is a nonprofit established in 1987 to train volunteers to speak up for children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned by their families. The addition of supervised visitations and safe exchanges came in 1991 when the Harmony House facility was donated to help provide a safe place for supervised parenting time. The CASA and supervised visitation and safe exchange services serve children ages birth through 18 years old. CLC was one of the first CASA programs in the state of Colorado and continues to be an emerging leader in best practices for serving abused and neglected children, addressing the causes of abuse, and preventing recidivism of violence and abuse toward children. In 2019, CLC introduced Nurturing Parenting Programs to build the skills of parents completing supervised visits. Also in 2019, CLC implemented the Fostering Futures curriculum to help volunteer advocates working with teens in foster care better prepare these youth for living independently.
"Thank you for all your warmth and kindness. You all will forever be in our hearts." -Harmony House Family
"My CASA volunteer made sure I had a good place to live and people in my life who love me." -Ethan, age 9
"Daniele is an amazing woman. Our family was truly blessed when she arrived at our home. I cherish the friendship and guidance she shares with the children and so very thankful for her insight, guidance, and friendship. The kids and I have great respect for her dedication as a CASA volunteer and her compassion to make a difference in their lives. She has become a member of our family and we can't image life without her. Thank you to the CASA program for sending this angel to us." -Rebecca, Kinship Placement