CHANGE A CHILD’S STORY

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

 

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April 1st Child Abuse Prevention Month Begins
April 4th Easter Sunday
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month
April 19th Board Meeting in Artesia
April 20TH Office closed for training (available for Emergencies)
April 21st Office closed for training (Open at 12:00 noon)

Welcome

We believe that every child in our community deserves the fundamental right to grow up in a safe and loving environment.

Therefore, our purpose is to ensure that every abused and neglected child that ends up in foster care in Eddy County, through no fault of their own, has that same opportunity.

We are Court Appointed Special Advocates, a volunteer-powered network of committed people–from all walks of life–who believe society has a fundamental obligation to these children. In advocating for an abused or neglected child, you give that child a voice–and a chance for a better life.

Thank You Volunteers!!!!

Your Amazing !!!!!!!!!smilesmile

Every year in April we take time to say Thank You to all our volunteers! Our children in Eddy County are blessed with CASA Advocates who work their cases. That’s one of the postive outlooks for our children. The Advocates, go over and beyond to see that the children’s best interest is always the top priority! To say the least the year of 2020 will be remember as challenging, different, and unique. We were not able to visit the children, and our Advocates went beyond what they were use to. They conducted their “visits” by Facetime and Zoom meetings, and many participated in on-line trainings. The Advocates are the ones who help our mission of Eddy County CASA make a diffence.

 Thank You

 

March   2021 Contributors

5th  Judicial District  (AOC)

 New Mexico Elks Association

  PINWHEEL CHILD ABUSE 

     PREVENTION MONTH

 Pecos Valley Equipment 

 Troyce & Leah Boone