CASA of Johnson County

A nonprofit organization

$1,550 raised by 3 donors

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CASA of Johnson County, TX was founded on November 20, 2002, when Judge John Neill saw the need for the Court Appointed Special Advocate program in our community. Volunteers took their first assignments in July 2003. Since then, CASA has been assigned to over 900 cases and served more than 1800 abused and neglected children in Johnson County. 

Children deserve to grow in an environment that is safe; where they can learn; be loved; and be supported so they can thrive. Unfortunately, some children experience abuse, and neglect, while older children sometimes experience abandonment due to caregivers not having access to the resources necessary to support their needs.  Once in foster care, our children are supported by many professionals including trained CASA volunteer advocates. The child's advocate becomes the "eyes and ears" of the court, reporting safety concerns, along with the child's needs and wants to the judge. Ultimately the child's permanency is decided by the judge presiding over the case. 


CASA of Johnson County's mission is to recruit, train, and support community volunteers to advocate for the safety and best interests of children in foster care through a process that ensures their voices are heard and their needs met in the community and during court proceedings until a permanent, and safe home is secured.


Community Volunteers who will commit to providing advocacy support for our children while they remain in foster care.

Organization Data


Organization name

CASA of Johnson County

Tax id (EIN)




Justice-involved adults or youth, Social Services, Youth & Children

Operating Budget

$250,000 - $499,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Leadership



210 Featherston
Cleburne, TX 76033



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