Take the first step to becoming a CASA advocate:


  • TexasCASA
    We are hiring for a case supervisor and a community engagement coordinator in Smith County. Job postings are on Indeed. See link below to view job postings and to apply. No phone calls, please.
  • TexasCASA

    Imagine a child that you know and love is in a bad situation. Maybe there are drugs involved. Perhaps abuse. Then they are in foster care.

    Imagine that child being with strangers. Perhaps in a new school. It doesn’t matter that home is scary. It is all they know. They just want home. They want their stuff, their friends. They do not know what happens in their home doesn’t happen in other homes. It is all they have known.

    What if someone stepped up to say “My name is …. I’m going to help you through this.”? What if that someone was you?

    Let us tell you more. Please. Children are waiting.

    Learn how you can help.

  • TexasCASA
    If only all children never faced darkness in life.
    If only all children were always protected.
    If only …
    We could go on and on. But those “ifs” don’t change anything. Caring adults do!  Someone to step up and ask “How may I help?”.
    As of 10/20/21, there are 131 children are waiting for someone to advocate for them.
    We will answer all of your questions, train, coach, and guide as you advocate for a child. You are not alone. Case supervisors will assist you.
    Please don’t wait another day. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-ONE children are waiting TODAY for their caring adult.
  • TexasCASA
    We’re excited to share that CASA for Kids of East Texas has earned a 2022 Platinum Seal of Transparency with Candid! Now, you can support our work with trust and confidence by viewing our non-profit profile.

CASA volunteers stay by a child’s side throughout the case, advocating first for reunification when safe and possible.