The work of CASA/GAL state organizations across the country is integral to our success on behalf of our nation's abused and neglected children. As our state organizations have grown, so have the accomplishments gained from their work. Our network benefits from the knowledge, expertise and broad range of services provided by state organizations.
As a partner of state organizations in their efforts, we are pleased to offer these state-specific resources.
National CASA Publications
2011 State Organization Survey Report (200 KB PDF)
2010 State of the States (665 KB PDF)
2010 Statistical Snapshot of State Organizations (28 KB PDF)
Standards for State CASA/GAL Organizations (381 KB PDF)
Resources for State Organizations
Public Policy section of CASAforChildren.org: Features regular updates from Public Policy Director Ashley Lantz
Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children: Includes overview, description of the articles and regulations, and information for advocates
Fostering Connections Resource Center: A website designed to advance implementation of the Fostering Connections to Success Act across the country. State organizations are encouraged to share publications, event information and examples of approaches to implementation through the website.
Title IV E Funding for CASA Training:
As of September 2013, the following states had agreements with their state IV-E agency, to claim IV-E reimbursement for CASA/GAL training: New Hampshire, Arizona, Oregon, New Jersey, Missouri, South Carolina, California, Iowa, Washington and Texas. Ten other states continue discussions with their IV-E agency.