Please Join Us For
A Delightful Fall Evening
along the Calapooia Creek
at the private home of Alan & Janet Krusi
Saturday, September 12, 2015
$150 Per Person
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THANK YOU Lowe's employees for donating $500!!
Purchase your Duck Ticket!
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and where to buy tickets!
Money is raised for the following agencies: CASA of Douglas County, Douglas C.A.R.E.S., Family Development Center, Battered Persons’ Advocacy, Safe Haven Maternity Home and Healthy Start.
Robert Thompson (on right) of the Anne and Eli Shapira Charitable Foundation presented CASA with a generous donation of Gund Bears for kids residing in foster care. Other recipients: the Roseburg Police Dept., the Oregon State Police, Douglas CARES, Family Development Center and the Victim's Services of the District Attorney's office
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What is CASA of Douglas County?
CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates) stand up for abused, and neglected children as they travel through the Juvenile Court system. In an overburdened system these children risk slipping through the cracks, resulting in more abuse or neglect.
A CASA is a highly trained advocate that serves as a fact finder and makes recommendations as to what is in the best interest of a child residing in foster care. An advocate is the voice for the child in the court system. An advocate will work to move the child as quickly and effectively as possible through the system and into a safe, loving and permanent home.
Are you ready to change a child's life? CASA of Douglas County provides independent advocacy for children in foster care and is the only agency in the county providing this service. Our organization ensures Douglas County children in foster care have the benefit of a court appointed volunteer who monitors each child’s situation and advocates for a resolution of the case that is in the child’s best interest.
The majority of children in foster care do not have a CASA volunteer by their side. You can change that!
In 2014, CASA of Douglas County assisted 331 foster children that became wards of the court. Unfortunately, there is still a gap in the help CASA can provide. There is a waiting list due to shortfalls in funding and the need for more volunteers. Your gifts help us to reduce that gap and give every child that finds themselves in this situation hope, support and guidance. Your assistance strengthens our local community by building a better home life and future for the next generation.
In Douglas County, 38% of children in foster care need a CASA. Please help make a difference.
Interested in Foster or Adoption Parenting in Douglas County?
Department of Human Resource contacts:
* Phone 1-800-331-0503 toll free or 541-440-3373
* Walk-in: DHS Office, 1937 W Harvard Ave.,
Roseburg - Hours: 8am to 4:30pm
* Internet: www.fosteroradopt.com
* Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Douglas-County-Foster-Care-and-Adoption/1460327484243362
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Thank you to KQEN News Radio 1240 and Daniel Robertson for having CASA
featured May 1, 2014 on 'Progressive Perspectives'! Check out the podcast on this
Thank you to KQEN News Radio 1240 and Kyle Bailey for having CASA featured April 10, 2014 on 'Inside Douglas County'! Check out the podcast on this link: http://podcast.541radio.com/roprt3/4370568.mp3