A beautiful story about nurses who adopted a baby they cared for in the ICU. Fostering a child may lead to a permanent, loving family.

Foster care placements that are unsafe for children and youth is another reason CASA volunteers are needed!

CASA programs in Nebraska work closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), law enforcement, and other attorneys on child welfare cases. Children in foster care are in the custody of DHHS who makes decisions about their health care, placement in foster homes, and other major life-impacting decisions.
The DHHS director position is incredibly impactful to foster children's lives. CASA hopes to work closely with Director Corsi as we advocate for the best interest for children.

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Each year, millions of instances of child maltreatment are reported, often propelling families into dependency court and the child welfare system. This trajectory sometimes leads to children entering foster care.

CASA Volunteers in Nebraska and around the country are the voice in court for abused and neglected children. CASAs have an immediate impact on a child's life well-being, the results of which last a lifetime.

This Women’s History Month, get involved by showing support for the women in your community. Check out these ways you can remember powerful women from history, while advocating for women today.

The effects of childhood trauma are staggering. As a CASA volunteer, you can change a child’s story using the seven C’s: The Essential Building Blocks of Resilience.

Young people live up to or down to the expectations set for them. They need adults who believe in them unconditionally and hold them to high expectations of compassion, generosity, and creativity. (Click to read more.)