Our COVID-19 Response: Family Law CASA is committed to the safety of children and our work for the court. We are continuing to accept cases, submit reports and carry out our normal fundraising and business operations. However, the following modifications to our operations and practice are being implemented:

  • Our office is closed and all staff are working remotely. This will affect in person service and our ability to receive/send mail. We accept service through E-service and email. Click here to contact us.
  • The next New Advocate Training will be virtual. Click here for more information.
  • Advocates are still doing investigations, interviews and reports remotely. Home visits and in-person interviews are temporarily suspended until it is safe to resume in-person contact with families.
  • We have added resources on our website here


Make a difference.

You can change the course of a child’s life.


Heroes wanted.

Our child advocates come from all walks of life and have one thing in common: the desire to improve the lives of vulnerable children in our community.


Giving kids a voice in court.

CASA advocates help protect at-risk children in some of King County’s toughest custody cases.


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Every Child Deserves a Chance

Did you know innocent children in high-conflict custody cases need your help? Most are less than five years old. Their cases commonly involve at least three major safety risks and they need someone to speak-up for them. READ MORE…

Become an Advocate for a Child

You can be a hero. Join us for our next Advocate Training. Become the voice for a vulnerable child in a high-risk custody case. Must be 21 years old, use a computer and travel to the children’s homes and court. READ MORE…


For just $10 a day, you can provide children with an advocate to put the spotlight on their needs and safety, and a program attorney to help the court establish a safe long-term plan for them. The CASA children you’ll be helping live in homes with violence, drugs, alcohol, abuse, neglect, untreated mental illness and poverty. You can make a difference.

CASA Family Resources

Questions? Don’t know where to find services?  Find out about free and low cost services to help you and your family work through the court and CASA process…

Judge and Lawyer Resources

Questions about the CASA process? Volunteer advocates gather information and appear in court as witnesses. It’s different than working with a guardian ad litem or professional parenting evaluator. Learn more …

Family Conflict Resources

Have questions about how to help a child caught in a high conflict custody battle and you don’t have a case with CASA?  Find some helpful resources here…..