CASA of the Pikes Peak Region provides four distinct programs specifically designed to address the unique needs of children who have been victims of abuse, neglect, domestic violence, or high conflict custody disputes.
With locations in both Colorado Springs and Divide, these programs make it possible for CASA to serve the "whole child" in both El Paso and Teller Counties.
During the 2017-2018 fiscal year, 430 volunteers put in over 19,000 hours in CASA's programs, all with one goal in mind: Creating better futures for the kids in the Pikes Peak Region whose pasts didn't give them a fair shot.
- Children and Families in Transition (C-FIT) educates divorcing parents on the effects of divorce on children
- In the Dependency and Neglect Program, volunteers advocate for children in the court system.
- The Milton Foster Children’s Fund (MFCF) helps foster children where there are gaps in available funding, and also oversees The Hanger, a store where foster teens can shop for donated clothes and accessories, free of charge.
- The Supervised Exchange & Parenting Time program recruits volunteers to facilitate court-ordered parent child visits
For additional information on volunteering in any of CASA's programs in either El Paso County or Teller County please call (719) 447-9898 ext. 1060 or send us an email.