CASA of the Continental Divide's Mission:

To Strengthen families and communities through trauma-informed advocacy, support and services.

We need a few good men!

While 50% of the CASA youth we serve are male, only 16% of our current volunteer advocates are men. That’s a statistic we hope to change! Kind and dedicated men can make a world of difference for children and youth who need support from a confident and attentive advocate.

“The two most important days of your life are the day you’re born, and the day you find out why.”
—Mark Twain

Female volunteers are abundant in social services while men volunteers are harder to find. With 16% of male advocates and 50% of male children currently being served, there is identifiable disproportionality amongst male volunteers at CASA of the Continental Divide. More male advocates would be invaluable for the children we serve and could increase the capacity of our programs dramatically. That is the purpose of the “Men of CASA” model.

One of our great Man of CASA