Canadian County CASA is dedicated to ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect, one child at a time.
CASA helps children who lost their voice, never had a voice, or are too scared to use their voice.
CASA makes the system better.
Canadian County CASA
Court Appointed Special Advocates

Who We Are

We are dedicated to improving the lives of the children in the Oklahoma foster care system in Canadian County. Our specially trained volunteers strive to become a positive, stable influence for children while ensuring they have a voice in the courts and the services they need for a stable future.

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What We Do

Canadian County CASA is one of 19 local CASA programs in Oklahoma. We recruit, train, and supervise Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers to advocate for children involved in the child welfare system and improve their well-being.

The mission for Canadian County CASA is to provide community volunteers to serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates and represent the best interests of abused and neglected children who are wards of the court as provided in Title 10 A, O.S..

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Get Involved

Each CASA volunteer dramatically improves the lives of children experiencing foster care.

Volunteer as a CASA
- Stand up for a child today.  Your advocacy gives children in the foster care system a voice.  Helping a child begins in your heart – won’t you find out more today?

Thank you for your help.

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Donate Money - Your donations help support our local CASA program in Canadian County.  From training volunteers to creating initiatives that serve our most vulnerable population.


Other Ways to Get Involved:

  • Provide your local or state office with additional day to day help
  • Hire a former foster youth in your business
  • Become a foster parent
  • Spread the word about CASA!

Contact Canadian County CASA today to see how you can help.