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Click here to view all CASA programs in Texas. For a CASA program outside of Texas, please visit the National CASA website.

Texas CASA is the statewide membership organization that provides support and services to help the 71 local CASA programs operate effectively and have the resources to seek out the best possible CASA volunteers. We do not work directly with children in care or volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit our Volunteer page for more information on the basic requirements and to find and locate your local CASA program – they will be able to assist you in getting started. Thank you for your interest in speaking up for abused and neglected children!

For other inquiries, contact us by phone or email and we will be in touch soon.

Winter Break & New Year Holiday Schedule

Below is the Texas CASA office’s schedule of closings for the upcoming holidays.

  • Friday, Dec. 22, 2017 – Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018: Office closed
  • Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018: Office reopens at normal business hours


1501 West Anderson Lane, Suite B-2
Austin, Texas 78757 – MAP

Phone – 1 (844) 230-6467 or Local (512) 473-2627
Fax – (512) 852-4783
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Online Data Manager for Local Programs

Texas CASA released the new Online Data Manager this summer. All grant applications, budget revisions, requests for reimbursement and performance measures are now working in the new Online Data Manager. To help your program get started, check out the Texas CASA Online Data Manager: Grants Management User Guide and the Reference and User’s Guide for reporting performance measures.


Report suspected Abuse or Neglect

You can report abuse, neglect or exploitation to the Department of Family & Protective Services by calling 1-800-252-5400 or submitting an online report at

Watch Emily’s Dragon

Watch the world premiere of our new short film, Emily’s Dragon, and learn how CASA plays a part in Emily’s journey through the child welfare system.

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