Founded in 1981, CASA is a grassroots, youth-driven organization that provides comprehensive education and health services to adolescents and their families, particularly in vulnerable rural communities. Under the framework of social justice, CASA’s nine programs promote family planning, human rights, gender equity, basic health care, professional midwifery, prevention of violence, and childhood development.
CASA’s programs work within the areas of:
- Employment and Education
• Professional Midwifery
• Sexual Reproductive Health
• Primary Health Care
• Prevention of Violence
• Childhood Development
CASA always welcomes local volunteers! CASA’s volunteers assist in a number of areas, depending on the interests of the volunteers and the needs of CASA.
They particularly look for photographers, videographers, and editorial writers to help produce media showcasing CASA’s work. [email protected]
CASA of Los Angeles (Court Appointed Special Advocates)