CASA seeks volunteers during Child Abuse Prevention Month

Editor: Shannon Cottongame March 30, 2022 April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and CASA of Hill County is raising awareness of the need for more dedicated members of the community to step up and become CASA volunteers, and help end child abuse and neglect, through supporting children and their families. CASA volunteers, or Court … Continue reading CASA seeks volunteers during Child Abuse Prevention Month

Help create a happier holiday season for children in foster care and their families

December 8, 2021 Hill County CASA volunteers sworn in: Hill County Court At Law Judge Matt Crain swore in new Court Appointed Special Advocates Wednesday, December 1, to serve local children through CASA of Hill County. Pictured are Connie Drake, Debra Cole, Judge Crain, Dana Tipton and Rose Achord. CASA volunteers are everyday people who … Continue reading Help create a happier holiday season for children in foster care and their families

Hill County CASA working tokeep kids in foster care safe

Editor: Shannon Cottongame October 13, 2021 About 1,700-2,000 children and youth are reported as missing from foster care in any given year, according to an annual report from the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS). In many cases, “missing” in reality means that they have run away. Running away from foster care puts youth … Continue reading Hill County CASA working tokeep kids in foster care safe

Hill County CASA seeks more Hispanic, billingual volunteers

September 15, 2021 September 15 marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. During Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize and honor the history, culture and … Continue reading Hill County CASA seeks more Hispanic, billingual volunteers