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Our Mission

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for Lancaster County is a local not-for-profit organization that provides a voice for abused and neglected children in the court system so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes. Learn more and get involved.

The CASA for Lancaster County program continues to operate during the uncertainty of the COVID-19/Coronavirus. We want our volunteers as well as the children and families we serve to be safe. CASA volunteers are encouraged to maintain phone or online contact with their assigned children and to keep in close contact with your Volunteer Coordinator and CASA for Lancaster County Staff. Please see the document "COVID-19 Info CASA" below under "Updates" for more information. 

Welcome to CASA for Lancaster County

We recruit, train and support local community volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children in Juvenile Court. Our volunteers understand the impact of abuse and neglect on the community as a whole and are using their talents to make a real difference. They are a stable adult in children's lives when everything else is chaos. Children served by CASA volunteers have a positive role model who helps them gain a voice, achieve safety and stability, and develop a sense of self-worth. With your help we can continue to make a difference in children's lives. Our website furthers our mission by providing ways for you to learn more and get involved. Thanks for visiting. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Below are the current email addresses for CASA for Lancaster County staff:

Dawn Rockey, Executive Director -

Kristi Morrow, Program Coordinator -

Amanda Conradt, Volunteer Coordinator -

Hannah Lindblad, Volunteer Coordinator -


Our Impact In 2020

  • Children Served


  • Number of Volunteers Assigned


  • Number of Children Achieving Permanency


  • Number of New Volunteer Advocates


  • Number of New Children to the Program


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