What's Happening


Audra Made a Difference!

Audra Gonzalez has been a CASA Advocate since March 2013. This particular case has three children, two boys and one girl. In late 2012, their mother self-reported that she was homeless, on probation, unemployed and unable to feed or care for her kids.



Thank you, San Antonio Aquarium!

On Monday, January 25th, the San Antonio Aquarium hosted a personalized tour of all the wild sea creatures for our CASA kids! The San Antonio Aquarium generously donated an Advocate Experience for our volunteers to share and connect with the children they serve.


Volunteers Make a Difference


The number of hours that were donated last year by dedicated CASA volunteers to improve the lives of abused and neglected children in our community.


The number of months faster a child with a CASA volunteer finds a safe permanent home as compared to children without a CASA


The percentage of children who are specifically impacted by their CASA Advocate above and beyond what their attorney or caseworker is able to provide.

Our Vision

Improving the lives of all abused and neglected children in state protective custody in Bexar County.

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Our Goals for 2016


585 active volunteers

provide constancy in order to make a direct and positive impact on the lives of the children we serve.


2,050 children served

in Bexar County who have been removed from their home due to abuse and/or neglect.


3,500 hours

of ongoing training CASA volunteers attend.

Current number of Children Served.