Clatsop Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)  trains community volunteers to stand up for abused and neglected children. Our advocacy helps ensure that these children have the best possible chance for a safer, more secure home life.

How you can Help

Contact Information

Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
818 Commercial St., Suite 401
Post Office Box 514
Astoria, OR 97103
United States

Tel: 503-338-6063
Email: info@clatsopcasa.org

Children in foster care and their CASAs need your support now more than ever

Friends of Clatsop CASA,

The team at Clatsop CASA Program is committed to doing everything we can to protect the health and safety of our communities during this challenging and unprecedented time. As such, in order to reduce exposure and the spread of COVID-19, CASA volunteers will no longer make home visits or attend meetings. Additionally, many court hearings in Clatsop County have been cancelled, or postponed, and the Department of Human Services (DHS) is limiting visits with children and families for the foreseeable future.

CASAs will continue to communicate via phone, email, and Skype with the children for whom they are advocating. In the midst of this pandemic, with children at home and away from school, children in foster care may be at an increased risk for abuse and neglect. Clatsop CASA’s work remains vital for our community’s most vulnerable children, especially in these uncertain and rapidly changing times.

You can ensure that we are able to continue advocacy and support for the children we serve. CASA needs your support today, now more than ever. Please consider making a contribution via one of the methods listed below. Your gift will directly support quality, individualized advocacy for children in foster care.

Thank you and take good care.

Ways you can support CASA

Visit our website at www.clatsopcasa.org and click the donate button to make a one-time tax deductible donation. 


Donate by mail:

Clatsop CASA Program

 PO BOX 514

Astoria, OR 97103


SPRING TRAINING STARTS MARCH 11, 2020 - New volunteer. training starts March 11 for eight weeks from 6 - 9:00 pm. Training will be held in Astoria at Clatsop Community College.

THANK YOU TO THE CLARK FOUNDATION! - The Clark Foundation awarded the first allotment of a three year $30,000 grant for Volunteer Recruitment and Training! We are deeply appreciative of this incredible support for our services.

CLATSOP CASA WELCOMES SIX NEW VOLUNTEERS! - We are so pleased to announce that on May 30, six new volunteers were sworn in by Honorable Judge Dawn McIntosh!


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