January 18, 2015

0 Comments

February 2015 Program Update

-Six of 10 active volunteers are currently assigned to 16 children in seven open cases -One case has recently closed and the child in the case was successfully reunited with their parent -Four trained CASA volunteers are available for appointment to any new children who come before Menominee County Family Court due to abuse or neglect  

Continue reading...

December 21, 2014

0 Comments

The CASA Year in Review

11 volunteers have provided advocacy for 37 children during calendar year 2014.  This is the very first year (since the program’s inception in Dec. 2004) that every child who came before Menominee County Family Court due to abuse/neglect has been appointed a CASA volunteer!  Additionally, CASA gained two new Board members and expects to have 2-3 […]

Continue reading...

December 21, 2014

0 Comments

First Annual CASA Holiday Gala A Success!

CASA of Menominee County recently hosted its first ever Holiday Gala at Riverside Country Club in Menominee on December 13 and more than 100 supporters came out to show their support for local the local youth advocacy program. There event featured a parade of trees, a silent auction, 50/50 & basket raffles as well as dinner […]

Continue reading...

May 19, 2014

0 Comments

CASA of Menominee County Welcomes New Volunteers

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Menominee County welcomed Shane DeCamp, Heidi Oczus and Dee Walin of Menominee County and Cheryl Evancheck, Kim Witte and Robin Panske of Marinette County as its newest volunteers on May 6, 2014 at a swearing-in ceremony conducted at the Menominee County Courthouse by Family Court Judge William A. Hupy.  […]

Continue reading...