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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 
Cebu CASA Fuente Osmena, Cebu City 06000
CASA of Greater Victoria North Saanich, Victoria V8L 1M8 Greater Victoria, BC
Alaska CASA Anchorage AK 99501-2048
Anchorage CASA Program Anchorage AK 99501-2048 Municipality of Anchorage
Friends of Alaska CASA Anchorage AK 99524-2484
Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta CASA Program Bethel AK 99559-2226 Fourth Judicial District
Fairbanks CASA Program Fairbanks AK 99701-4659 Denail, Fairbanks North Star, Southeast Fairbanks, Yukon Koyukuk, Nome & Northwest Arctic Counties
Juneau CASA Program Juneau AK 99801 City and Borough of Juneau
Kenai Peninsula CASA Kenai AK 99611-0988 Kenaitze Indian Tribal Court & Kenai State Court
Valley CASA Program Palmer AK 99645-6478
CAJA of Marshall County Albertville AL 35950 Marshall County
Lee County CASA Auburn AL 36830 Lee County
Alabama CASA Network, Inc. Birmingham AL 35209
Blount County CASA Association, Inc. Birmingham AL 35209 Blount County
CASA of Jefferson County Birmingham AL 35204-4718 Jefferson County
Friends of the Court, Inc. - Shelby County Columbiana AL 35051-1936 Shelby County
Cullman County CASA Cullman AL 35056-0698 Cullman County
North Alabama CASA Decatur AL 35601 Morgan County
Shoals CASA Florence AL 35631-1313 Colbert & Lauderdale Counties
CAJA of Madison County Huntsville AL 35801-4876 Madison County

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