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How to ensure the child you advocate for has the best chance at a successful school year.
Children in foster care, especially boys, rarely see healthy male role models who can help make sure their voices are heard.
Learn about the need for male volunteers in child welfare, and hear from the CASA Volunteers that are determined to break the mold.
You may be surprised to hear that the majority of children in foster care are eventually reunited with their families.
In fact, reunification, with the exception of a few cases, is the primary goal. Learn about the many misconceptions of reunification and the ways children can benefit from being reunited with their loved ones.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn about the harrowing reality of child abuse in the United States and the growing need for child advocates.
Morris and Sussex County residents completed 36 hours of training to become CASA volunteers for children in foster care who have experienced abuse, neglect, or abandonment.
In New Jersey, there are approximately 11,000 children in the foster care system. These vulnerable children often spend years in foster care, moving from one placement to another without ever achieving a sense of permanency, roots, or stability.
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