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Colorado CASA

Volunteers advocate for youth who have been abused and/or neglected. A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) receives special training and is appointed by a judge as an Officer of the Court. They focus on one youth at a time and as a result, they bring a great depth of understanding and empathy.

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Metro Collaborative

Class

Human Services 

Beneficiaries

Children ages 5 to 21
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years)
Crime/Abuse Victims
Families
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged

Description

Metro CASA Programs
There are five CASA programs that provide
advocacy in the Denver-Metro area:

•Advocates for Children - serves Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert & Lincoln Counties
•CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties- serves Adams & Broomfield Counties
•CASA of Jefferson & Gilpin Counties- serves jeffereson & Gilpin Counties
•Child Advocates - serves Denver county
•Voices for Children - serves Boulder county

Statistics/Facts
Together, in 2016, Metro CASA Programs:
•Advocated for more than 2,200 children
•Served on more than 1,200 cases
•Trained 362 new volunteers
•Accrued 63,460 hours of volunteer work

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Evidence of Program's Success

The Metro Collaborative has been in existence for over five years and has brought together all 5 metro programs, which would have limited other opportunities to work together, to increase awareness of and volunteerism for abused and neglected children in the region.

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