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Thank you for your interest in becoming a CASA volunteer, an opportunity to make a lifelong difference for an abused and neglected child. You'll be trained. You'll have a cause with a first and last name.

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   Company Name   City   State   ZIP/Postal Code   Program Areas Served 
Alaska CASA Anchorage AK 99501-2048 State
Anchorage CASA Anchorage AK 99501-2048 Municipality of Anchorage
Fairbanks CASA Fairbanks AK 99701-4659 Denail, Fairbanks North Star, Southeast Fairbanks, Yukon Koyukuk, Nome & Northwest Arctic Counties
Juneau CASA Juneau AK 99801 City and Borough of Juneau
Kenai Peninsula CASA Kenai AK 99611-0988 Kenaitze Indian Tribal Court & Kenai State Court
Valley CASA Palmer AK 99645-6478 Matanuska-Susitna Borough
CAJA of Marshall County Albertville AL 35950-1621 Marshall County
Lee County CASA Auburn AL 36830-2816 Lee County
CASA of Jefferson County Birmingham AL 35204-4718 Jefferson County
Friends of the Court, Inc. - Shelby County Birmingham AL 35244 Shelby County
Cullman County CASA Cullman AL 35056-0698 Cullman County
CASA of North Alabama Decatur AL 35602 Morgan County
CAJA of Madison County Huntsville AL 35801-8815 Madison County
CASA Mobile, Inc. Mobile AL 36617-2442 Mobile County
Alabama CASA Network, Inc. Opelika AL 36874 State
Dallas County Family Resource Center Selma AL 36701-4614 Dallas County
Shoals CASA Sheffield AL 35660 Colbert & Lauderdale Counties
Tri-County CASA Talladega AL 35160-8891 St Clair, Talladega, Calhoun and Blount Counties
CASA of Clark & Pike Counties Arkadelphia AR 71923-0987 Clark & Pike Counties
Gateway CASA of the Third Judicial District Ash Flat AR 72513 Lawrence, Jackson, Randolph and Sharp Counties

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