Utah CASA Volunteers provide a voice for abused and neglected children in Utah's overburdened child welfare system. Stand up for Utah's children. Give them a voice. Help better their lives. Click here to volunteer today.



Your support will provide the crucial funding necessary for recruitment, training, and volunteer retention. Utah CASA's donate countless hours of their time, support their efforts with a small contribution. Click here to donate now.



Utah's Friends of CASA invites you to make a difference in the life of a child by joining us at our annual CINCO de CASA event. Click here for more info.

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1918 E. Sunridge Cir.
Sandy, UT 84093

Every day children in our community are victimized – Abused – Neglected – Abandoned.

Currently, the Utah CASA Program has just over 400 advocates statewide. Last year, the Utah Office of Guardian ad Litem provided legal representation to 12,044 of Utah’s children because their parents—the most important people in their lives—had abused or neglected them. Every day, through no fault of their own, they are removed from their homes and placed into our juvenile court system. They may be frightened and confused. But, with your help, they are not alone.

Utah CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) provides trained volunteers who advocate for these children. These volunteers, or CASAs, give the children the healing gift of their time, helping each child to a secure, safe, and permanent home where they can thrive. CASAs stand by the child in court and in life, listening to their fears as well as their dreams and giving them a voice.

Your generous donation will fund the continued training and support of volunteer advocates for Utah’s abused and neglected children.