Foster Child Needing Sarpy CASA

Sarpy County CASA Advisory Board

We appreciate the support and service of our Sarpy County CASA Advisory Board members: Jeremy Kinsey, LaVista Police Department Bridgett Petzoldt, Black Hills Corporation Sue Knott, PenFed Credit Union Linda Gilpin, Retired CASA, Community Member at Large LeaAnn Lape Brinkman, Woodhaven Counseling There are many different ways to get involved.  Become a CASA, volunteer to

Volunteer

Our Sarpy County CASA volunteers are the most important resources we have in advocating for children in the juvenile justice system. We believe every abused and neglected child under the jurisdiction of Sarpy County’s Juvenile Court deserves a CASA worker to advocate for them.  For that to be possible, we need more CASAs! Please consider

Continuing Education Training for CASAs

Twelve hours of continuing education is required annually for each Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in Sarpy County, Nebraska. To receive continuing education credit, you must watch the video and also complete a brief survey. Below is a list of videos Sarpy County CASAs can watch to receive credit towards the annual training requirement. Additional

Donate

We receive numerous and varied requests for financial assistance. Please donate to help children in crisis. When a child is abruptly removed from a home due to abuse or neglect, they often leave with nothing but the clothing on his or her back. They rarely have hygiene products, clothes, or comfort items such as a

About Sarpy County CASA

Our mission is to provide a court appointed special advocates (CASA) for children in foster care throughout Sarpy County, Nebraska. Our volunteers work to ensure every child we serve has a safe, permanent, nurturing home. Through our advocacy for abused and neglected children, we help reduce the time youth spend in foster care and help

Home

Since 1986, Sarpy County CASA has been advocating for children in the Nebraska’s foster care system. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. Dedicated CASA volunteers are appointed by the Juvenile Court to ensure that the needs and best interests of each CASA’s assigned child or sibling group are met. Each year in the U.S.,