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CASA — Court Appointed Special Advocates
Created in 1996, San Juan County CASA volunteers advocate for the best interests of abused, neglected and abandoned children involved in the court system. A CASA is a trained, community volunteer appointed by a judge to represent the best interests of a child in court. Once a CASA is appointed to a case, they become an official part of the judicial proceeding, working alongside attorneys and social workers as an appointed officer. Over 85% of the recommendations made by theCASA volunteers have been followed by the judges. CASA volunteers provide more than 4500 hours of service to over 180 children annually.


CASA Spring Training Schedule

CASA Flyer and CASA Brochure.

Learn how to become a CASA Volunteer!






San Juan County CASA Program Physical Address:
815 W Apache St. Farmington, NM.
(505) 325-5358 ext. 180 and 181.

Mailing Address: Childhaven, 807 W. Apache St., Farmington. Phone:(505) 325-5358