“I believe normalcy is allowing foster care youth to have the same opportunities as those children living with biological parents. Too often there is a stigma attached to the term ‘foster care’ and the children that come from it. The world seems to believe that foster care is where the difficult or criminal children go, but that is far from the truth.
Inspired by humanitarianism, Humanitas exists to craft a memorable wine experience that honors wine growing excellence and passionately dedicates profits to charity. In the Pikes Peak region, all sale profits are generously donated to CASA. What a better way to enjoy a glass or bottle knowing that, not only are you drinking a great wine, you are supporting
I’m often asked if I enjoy my position as the Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time Program Manager. My response is always the same, “Yes, I love it!” People are often surprised; one of my daughters thinks it must be the most depressing job ever. I have an entirely different perspective. You see, I was raised in a family in which domestic
By National CASA CEO Michael Piraino Children who have been abused or neglected have typically had few, if any, trustworthy adults in their lives. Then they enter a child protection system that is challenged to provide the kinds of childhood experiences that are essential to healthy child development. Without smart, evidence-based interventions, it is