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CASA Honors Volunteers

CASA Honors Volunteers

June 16, 2017

CASA recently hosted the 6th Annual Light of Hope Benefit in April as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Light of Hope celebrates the service of CASA volunteers and partners working to give hope to abused and neglected children.

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New Advocates Sworn in

New Advocates Sworn in

July 8, 2016

Helena, Montana. On Thursday June 30th, 2016 the Honorable Judge Reynolds swore in 7 new volunteers as CASA volunteers—court-appointed special advocates for abused and neglected children. Family and friends gathered in the courthouse to watch the volunteers take an oath promising to advocate for the best interest of the child. The newly appointed CASA volunteers join 50 other dedicated co

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Children in Crisis: Missoula, state rapple with increasing child abuse cases

Children in Crisis

May 21, 2016

There's a sense of helplessness surrounding the rise in child abuse and neglect cases in Missoula and across the state.

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Helenans Honored by CASA of Montana

CASA of Montana Awards

May 16, 2016

Every year, CASA of Montana recognizes outstanding people...

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 Making Your Mark: Ben and Lena Havron honored as Foster Parents of the Year

Foster Parents of the Year

April 23, 2016

Ben and Lena Havron were the surprised recipients of a co-Foster Parents of the Year Award...

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Rise in child abuse cases alarms Montana officials

March 9, 2016

Child abuse and neglect cases in Montana's district courts have more than doubled since 2010, prompting renewed alarm from court officials and children's advocates.

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Making Your Mark: Volunteer speaks up for children in broken families

John Weida may be doing some of his most meaningful work now that he’s retired...

November 15, 2015

HELENA — John Weida may be doing some of his most meaningful work now that he’s retired. In his 71 years, he’s spent 17 of them working in a chemical dependency unit at the Montana State Hospital in Galen. He gave another 13 years to the state Department of Labor and Industry where he focused his attention on injured workers and insurance companies. But since 1991, before

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