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CASA of the Arkansas Delta gives a voice to the voiceless


Court Appointed Special Advocates serve Delta area’s many foster children CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of the Arkansas Delta, a program partner of Mid-South Health Systems, serves the children in the region’s foster care system. CASA volunteers speak up and advocate for abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings as part of Arkansas CASA a network of programs that recruit, train and support volunteers to represent the interests of these children.

CASA is integral to making sure the voices of all children are heard. There is no yellow brick road for children in abusive and neglected environments to find a way out. A CASA advocate is there to listen, help, and most importantly, speak up. Children in these situations have a lot to say, but they need someone to help them have their voice heard CASA advocates help fulfill one of society’s most important missions, to make sure each child in our community has access to a safe environment.

CASA director Sylvia Harrison said the organization plays an important role in the lives of these children and she is looking to raise awareness of their needs.

“I want to get our name out there and share with people

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