CASA Volunteers Needed in Hancock County

Come to an orientation meeting to hear more about how CASA volunteers can Change a Child’s Story!

What does a CASA Volunteer do?
Court Appointed Special Advocates are trained community volunteers appointed by a Judge to speak up for abused or neglected children in a written report for court.

Tuesday, October 6th at 5:15PM or Thursday, October 15th at 12:15PM
Snacks provided!

Location: The CASA Office is located inside the First Baptist Church at 601 Main Street, Carthage, IL. Park in the alley and go in the back door near the window with the Advocacy Network for Children’s sign.

Please contact Mandy Humphry at (319) 795-3714 or email with your RSVP or to request a CASA application.

Print the flyer to share with others! CASA Informational Flyer

September 3rd, 2020

Adams CASA Grows by Nine!

If you see the following folks about town, please congratulate them on being sworn in as CASA Volunteers today in Adams County. Welcome to the CASA family!

Back row pictured L to R: Judge Wooleyhan, Sandra Barger, Dan Brink, Kiara Wiemelt, Krista Schemerhorn, Gabby Stephens
Front row pictured L to R: Lori Stice, Hannah Campbell, Jennifer Wiemelt and Katie Cernea
September 1st, 2020

All the News for All of Yous!

The work at the Advocacy Network for Children hasn’t slowed down, it’s just rearranged! Find out more about how our business as “not usual” continues during the time of COVID-19 in our newsletters –

Advocacy Network for Children Agency September 2020 Newsletter

CASA Newsletter for September 2020

September 1st, 2020