A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a volunteer that provides a voice for abused and neglected children who find themselves in the court system. Volunteer advocates offer judges and officials the critical information they need to ensure each child’s rights and needs are being attended to while in foster care. Often a CASA volunteer is the only constant adult presence in a child’s life.

The West Virginia CASA Association partners with counties in West Virginia to develop programs to create a network of these CASA volunteers. We work to assist and strengthen the CASA programs established throughout West Virginia by offering technical assistance, training, public awareness activities, research and resource development to create a quality volunteer advocacy network. Our goal is to engage and empower enough volunteers to give a voice to every abused and neglected child in the West Virginia court system.

The WV CASA Association is a 501(c)3 organization.


We’re Hiring!


Western Regional CASA, a program of TEAM for West Virginia Children, has an opening for a full-time position in Mason County. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are community volunteers, appointed by the circuit court judges to represent an abused child’s best interests in court proceedings.  CASA volunteers also work with older youth to better prepare them for adulthood. This position will be responsible for the recruiting, screening, training and supervising of volunteers, as well as case management, networking and public relations, in Mason County. 

More information HERE

APPLY  by April 30, 2021:
TEAM for WV Children        
P.O. Box 1653
Huntington, WV 25717-1653
ATTN:  Kim Runyon Wilds              
email:  kwilds@teamwv.org

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