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Every day, abused and neglected children in our community are placed into temporary foster care because their parents cannot - or will not - take care of them. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of McHenry County gives these children a voice in court so they can grow up in safe, permanent homes where they can thrive. CASA volunteers make a life-long difference for children, one child at a time.
CASA of McHenry County was founded in 2005 with the assistance of now-retired Judge Ward Arnold. In that time CASA has provided a voice for more than 450 children with the dedication nearly 200 trained volunteer advocates.
With the support of local businesses, individuals, and foundations CASA continues to grow so that every child in McHenry County's Juvenile Abuse court has a CASA