Our Vision

Safe Permanent Homes for all Children

Our Mission

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Southeast Texas, Inc. is a non-profit, non-governmental service organization that recruits, trains and supervises a diverse group of community volunteers, appointed by the Courts, to advocate for abused and neglected children in the pursuit of safe, permanent homes.

Check out our CASA license plate - "Big Voices for Little Texans" (pictured above). This design features the CASA Logo with our Big Voices theme. We are proud of the role CASA volunteers play in the lives of the abused and neglected children in Texas by being that big voice that speaks up for our little Texans. Show your support for the children and their CASA volunteers today by ordering one for your vehicle! Click on the license plate above to order yours today. You can even personalize it! If you have any questions or need help, please contact CASA of Southeast Texas, Inc. at (409)832-2272.

Our 2014 annual report is available to the public here.

If you have, or know of anyone that may have a prize and/or prizes that they would like to donate to any of our fundraising events or support our valunteer training efforts, we sincerely appreciate the generosity and would very much look forward to speaking with you. Likewise, if you know of an individual and/or business that may be interested in sponsoring one of our upcoming events, once again we sincerely appreciate the generosity and would very much look forward to speaking with you about the opportunity.

Thank you for your time and interest, we look forward to hearing from you soon!
CASA of Southeast Texas, Inc.
2449 Calder Ave.
Beaumont, Texas 77707
(409) 832-2272

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           "I Am For The Child"          

What is a C.A.S.A.?
A Court Appointed Special Advocate is an adult, at least 21 years old, willing to stand up for an abused and/or neglected child. A CASA volunteer is appointed by a judge to provide factual information on behalf of a child caught up in a difficult legal process through no fault of their own. In a court system challenged by increasing caseloads, a CASA volunteer can make the single greatest difference in the life of a child. To learn more about being a CASA volunteer, click on the 'Become a C.A.S.A.' volunteer link above.