CASA of the Pikes Peak Region provides distinct programs specifically designed to address the unique needs of abused and neglected children and those involved in high conflict custody disputes.
The Dependency and Neglect Program entails advocating for abused and neglected children in the court system.
The Supervised Exchange & Parenting Time program is a court-ordered service to protect children from witnessing high conflict parental disputes.
The Children and Families in Transition (C-FIT) program educates parents about the effects of divorce on children.
The Milton Foster Children’s Fund (MFCF) helps foster children where there are gaps in available funding and provides children with meaningful activities and critical services builds resiliency and self-esteem. The MFCF volunteer committee also oversees The Hanger, a store where foster teens are able to “shop” for donated clothes and accessories, free of charge.
The Life Long Links Program to locates and connects extended family and other supportive people to children in the foster care system, building a network of stable, caring connections and to ensure safe and permanent homes for kids more expediently.
For additional information on volunteering in any of CASA’s programs, please call (719) 447-9898 ext. 1033 or send us an email.