We exist to support, strengthen, and promote Nevada CASA programs and to advocate for effective public policy for children in the child welfare system.
In early 2018, the Nevada CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Association re-established its state office with the formation of an interim Board of Directors and the hiring of an Executive Director. The purpose of the state office is to work in partnership with the National CASA Association to support and enhance the activities of the eight Nevada network programs. The state office provides local programs technical assistance and guidance with board recruitment, training, and development; fundraising; and the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteer who will always be ready to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children within their jurisdictions. The ultimate goal of CASA is to ensure that every abused and neglected child in Nevada is placed in a safe, loving, and permanent home with the opportunity to thrive.