Celebrating CASA Advocates for their Service

On Tuesday, May 16th CASA of Hancock County held its Annual Advocate Appreciation event at The Blind Tiger. Advocates had the opportunities to enjoy boiled crawfish while getting better acquainted with volunteers they may not have known. The patio at TBT was a perfect setting for our casual In-Service training and appreciation. Typically, our volunteers […]

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CASA Inducts 6 New Volunteers

CASA of Hancock County celebrated the induction of 6 new volunteers on Tuesday, May 9th at the Leo Seals Center in Waveland. Youth Court Judge Elise Deano swore in the volunteers after applauding their decision to go through the necessary screening and training to become Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA’s newest volunteers were administered an […]

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New Law Recognizing Court Appointed Special Advocates in Mississippi

(Jackson, Mississippi) – Governor Phil Bryant signed House Bill 1213 into law, effective July 1, 2017, recognizing and legitimizing the role and responsibilities of Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers in Mississippi.   CASA Mississippi, Inc. is a non-profit organization that advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children through the development and […]

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