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September 15, 2013

CASA volunteers ‘work’ hard for their children

One administrative office to serve duo-county CASA program


“As you know, CASA has had budget cuts in Austin, and by combining offices of what is now one organization,” Stagner added, “we can save over $50,000 a year in rent and related expenses. This is a small sacrifice and, at most, a mild inconvenience in order to continue serving our children.”

The office for CASA of Palo Pinto and Parker Counties is located at 701 Palo Pinto St., Ste. 701-F, in Weatherford. CASA of Palo Pinto and Parker Counties continually seeks citizens to become volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes.

For more information about becoming a volunteer, contact the CASA office at 817-599-6224 or email the CASA Volunteer Recruiter/Trainer at

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