Editorial: Children’s voices heard through CASA volunteers




Johnson County residents have a tremendous opportunity to help the lives of vulnerable children.

Court Appointed Special Advocates volunteers look out for the best interests of children who have been abused and neglected and help them navigate the court system.

Unfortunately, an increase in the number of children needing this help and a decrease in volunteers has created a long waiting list of children needing someone to stand up for them.

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