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The mission of Colonial CASA is to promote and protect the best interests of children who have been abused or neglected, by training court appointed volunteers to advocate for them in the court and the community, so they have the opportunity to thrive in safe and permanent homes.
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Colonial Court Appointed Special Advocates

Judge Fairbanks swore in 4 new CASA volunteers.  Meet from left to right: Sarah Ortego, Rowena  Seaman, Mary Falter and Claudia Rinaldi. #EyesOnKids. Thank you  to all our Advocates!


CASA Volunteers Work to Break the Cycle of Abuse

Experiencing traumatic things as a child puts you at risk for lifelong health effects. The CDC's new report confirms this, finding that Americans who had experienced adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs, were at higher risk of dying from five of the top 10 leading causes of death.

And those who had been through more bad experiences — such as abuse or neglect, witnessing violence at home or growing up in a family with mental health or substance abuse problems — were at an even higher risk.

Join Court Appointed Special Advocates - Change a child’s story.

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Monday -Thursday 8:00 - 4:30

Friday: 8:00 - noon - working remotely

 3917 Midlands Road, Ste 2A • Williamsburg, VA 23188    •   Tel: (757) 229-3306 • Fax: (757) 229-3972

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