Change a Child’s Story

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a volunteer powered by a network of committed people who believe society has a fundamental obligation to be the voice for maltreated children.

CASA volunteers advocate for these abused and neglected children, making sure their basic rights and essential needs don’t get overlooked or ignored by the system. Their stories can have better endings because of people like you.

Federal law requires that an advocate, such as a CASA volunteer, be appointed in all cases of abuse and neglect.

Overburdened workers in the child welfare system are often unable to give detailed attention to each child. Children need a voice. They need someone who can promote and protect their best interests.

A CASA volunteer can give the child what others do not have, and that is TIME!

A CASA volunteer sees the child monthly, gathers information about the child’s situation, provides information and recommendations to the court through written reports, attends court proceedings, and continues to advocate until the child is in their “forever” home.

“To give a child a CASA volunteer is to give them a voice. To give them a voice is to give them hope, and to give them hope is to give them the world.”
– Pamela, former foster child

The Juvenile Court of Cobb County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program provides thoroughly screened, expertly trained, and fully supervised, community-based citizen volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children involved in juvenile court dependency proceedings. Cobb County Court Appointed Special Advocates speak up for the needs and basic human rights of child victims of abuse and neglect, one child at a time.


Juvenile Court of Cobb County/CASA
Building D, 5th Floor
32 Waddell Street
Marietta, Georgia 30090

Call: 770.528.2285
E-mail: CASA@CobbCounty.org

Follow: @CobbCountyCASA