Tennessee CASA Association




Donations help the state organization provide training and technical support to local agencies.



There are several local CASA programs across the state. Find one near you.

In Tennessee...

over 1,673 CASA volunteers served 5,208 abused and neglected children,

and a total of 133,142 hours were contributed by trained CASA volunteers as of June 30, 2017.

What's New

CASA volunteers sworn in to serve

March 15, 2018

CASA volunteers sworn in to serve  

1 Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lincoln County just held another swearing-in ceremony for the volunteers at the Lincoln County Courthouse. Read More
Students assist with move as CASA expands

March 8, 2018

Students assist with move as CASA expands  

Volunteers from YouthBuild and Vanderbilt University gave Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children a helping hand Thursday as the organization expands to a second floor. The local CASA office in the 1700 block of Boca Chica Boulevard is expanding to accommodate more staff in the fall, Executive Director Dora Martinez said. It’s also seen an increase in volunteers and cases, Medrano said Read More


24 Mar

Wilson County CASA 3rd Annual Pancake Breakfast

All proceeds benefit Wilson County CASA.

07 Apr

Red Shoe Gala

Hosted by Decatur CO CASA

14 Apr

Foos Out Wars - Human Foosball Competition

Benefiting CASA of Robertson County

21 Apr

Annual CASA Run

Hosted by CASA of the 9th Judicial District

28 Apr

The Red Shoe Party

Hosted by CASA Nashville

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Links to Our Partners

This project is partially funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, the Department of Finance and Administration - Office of Criminal Justice Programs,
the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth (TCCY), the Tennessee Bar Foundation - IOLTA Program, and the National CASA Association.