We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for the best interest of children in foster care in Worcester County. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are assigned to amplify the children’s voices, advocate for their best interests, and support them on their path towards a safe and permanent home.

You Can Help Abused and neglected children

Appointed by judges to help on the most heart-breaking cases in the foster care system, CASAs help abused and neglected children navigate the Worcester County Juvenile Courts, one child or sibling group at a time. CASAs report the best interests of the children to the judge, who uses the reports in their evaluation and decision on each case.

You can Make a Big Difference


Investigate and fact-find, helping a judge learn the nuances of each child’s prospective caregiver situations.


Advocate for any medical, mental health, and educational services that a child may need while in foster care.


Monitor case progress and well-being of the child to aid in obtaining a safe and permanent home as quickly as possible.

Nearly 8,700 children are removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect in Massachusetts.

Make a Change.

Our Volunteers Love To Share Their stories

We fill the gap

Statistics show that children who experience trauma fare better if they have one reliable, consistent adult in their lives. This is where CASA Volunteers help fill the gap.

They Believe In Us

Thank you to our funders.

United Way of Central MA

Mass Bar

MOVA-VOCA Anti-Racism

Commonwealth of MA

Mifflin Foundation

United Way of South Central MA

Bay State Charitable Foundation

Greater Worcester Community Foundation