CASA In The News
Child abuse and neglect affects the community as a whole—including first responders, medical and mental health providers, judicial personnel, social services, and nonprofit agencies—as they respond to incidents and support victims. Child abuse and neglect is a daily occurrence. These first-line professionals don’t have to do this alone; there are many ways you can help them and the children in your neighborhood. CASA of Lancaster County is providing you an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child who has suffered abuse and neglect.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster County is excited to announce the hiring of Melissa Leibig as the Director of Community Outreach and the promotions of Bonnie Northeimer to Administrative and Recruitment Assistant and Lisa Palmquist to Development Associate.
The end of summer and the start of a new school year is an exciting time for most children. But for some, the beginning of school could reveal a dark secret . . .
CASA is proud to announce two additions to its Board of Directors: William Ross, Jr. and Michele Werder. Both of the newly elected board members will serve a three-year term.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster County recently trained 21 new volunteer advocates. Judge Leslie Gorbey swore in the new volunteer advocates
Throughout 2015, over 700 Lancaster County children were in foster care. Children in foster care need a consistent, compassionate adult to give them their best chance in life. They need a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
The Lancaster County 8 Ball League raised over $15,000 for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster County through their Annual Harry Hutchinson – Jack Byerly Charity 8 Ball Tournament held February 25 – 28, 2016 at Riverside Camping Association.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster County swore in the 17th class of advocates. Judge Leslie Gorbey and Judge Thomas Sponaugle were present to swear in the new advocates. The ceremony was held on Thursday, March 17 at the . . .
For the first time in CASA’s history, children are waiting weeks and sometimes months to be assigned an available advocate.