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Key Outcomes

What We Do

Nationwide Key Outcomes for the CASA Program

A child with a CASA is more likely to find a safe, permanent home:

  • More likely to be adopted
  • Half as likely to re-enter foster care
  • Substantially less likely to spend time in long-term foster care
  • More likely to have a plan for permanency, especially children of color

Children with a CASA get more help while in the system....

  • More services are ordered for the children
  • More likely to have a consistent, responsible adult presence
  • Volunteers spend significantly more time with the child than a paid guardian ad litem

Children with CASA volunteers do better in school...

  • More likely to pass all their courses
  • Less likely to have poor conduct in school
  • Less likely to be expelled

Children with CASA volunteers spend less time in foster care....

  • Are less likely to be bounced from home to home
  • CASA Volunteers improve representation of children
  • Reduce the time needed by lawyers