The mission of CASA of Liberty & Chambers Counties is to advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the court system, and promotes activities purposed to raise the likelihood of their future success as responsible adults, through the training and support of community volunteers.
To provide a CASA for every child who needs one.
CASA of Liberty & Chambers Counties began in 2005 as the idea of a new concerned citizens meeting around a kitchen table. This group approached Texas CASA about starting a local CASA program to cover both Liberty and Chambers Counties, consistent with the CPS regional boundary at the time. In June 2009, CASA of Liberty & Chambers Counties established itself as an independent agency. Ten committed board members worked diligently to spread the message of CASA. With the support of the community members, local businesses, and Texas CASA, our organization has grown tremendously, serving over 700 children and providing over 45,000 volunteer hours in just the last 5 years!
There are more than 950 CASA programs nationwide and 72 CASA programs in the state of Texas. CASA has served abused and neglected children in Texas for 30 years, providing trained community volunteers for children assigned to the program through the court. CASA of Liberty & Chambers Counties is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. We are a member of the National and Texas CASA Associations.