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04.01.2014

Advocate Impact:  Ronda Cantrells’ Story

The Cruz family came to the attention of Child Protective Services (CPS) due to allegations of neglectful supervision and physical neglect. The mother and father had been engaging in domestic violence for several years and were also involved in illegal drug use. Reports for the neglectful supervision of Adam (5), Charlie (3), and Devin (1) were consistent with prior involvement with CPS…

  Advocate Impact:  Ronda Cantrells’ Story
 
 
 

04.01.2014

Advocate Tip:  ADHD

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a diagnosis commonly seen in children in CPS care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children with ADHD may be overly active, have trouble paying attention, or struggle to control impulsive behaviors. There are three types of ADHD…

 
 

03.03.2014

Theatre for Change: “Region 8”

In order to bring attention to the child abuse epidemic here in our community, Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) and Theatre for Change are collaborating to tell the stories of these children and to highlight how important it is for them to have someone to stand by them.

  Theatre for Change: “Region 8”
 
 
 

04.01.2014

Ongoing Training:  April-May 2014

Full class schedule is now posted on the ‘Ongoing Training’ page…

 
 

04.01.2014

Growing and Giving

In addition to advocacy, there are many other ways to be involved with CASA that help us in continuing to expand outreach and service to the community.

 
 
 
 

04.01.2014

New Volunteer Training

April is Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month.  Click here to learn how you can spread the word.

 
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