CASA of Bradley County
Bradley County
CASA in Bradley County began in 2011, with the help of Judge Daniel Swafford, as part of the CASA Corridor of East Tennessee. Since that time, advocacy services have grown to accommodate a pressing need.

In Bradley County alone, according to 2016 KIDS COUNT data, approximately 1,300 children were involved in the court system as a result of abuse or neglect in 2016. Thanks to an incredible team of advocates, great local support including the United Way of the Ocoee Region, support from the legal community, and a strong national and state CASA network, hundreds of children in Bradley County have received the services of a CASA volunteer.
Despite these successes, there is much work left to be done! We need your help! Whether you are looking to be an advocate, or simply want to put your individual skillset to use for a cause that directly benefits children in difficult situations, give us a call. We would love to have you help us carry out our mission: To work tirelessly until every child has a safe and permanent place to call home.
According to KIDS COUNT data,
approximately 1,300 children in Bradley County were involved in the court system primarily as a result of abuse or neglect in 2016.
CASA of Bradley County
Polk County
CASA of Bradley County
Our team, including the Board of Directors, is always looking for ways to expand our community impact. Recently, toward that end, CASA expanded its advocacy services to Polk County.
With continued community support and increased awareness, we hope to expand the scope of our advocacy services immensely in the near future. According to KIDS COUNT survey data, approximately 250 children were involved in the court system Polk County primarily as a result of abuse or neglect in 2016. This speaks to a tremendous need.
We hope to continue to expand our advocacy services in Polk County in the coming years. This would mean increased presence in courts and increased availability to judges in the area who need a clearer picture.
Volunteer advocates are the voice of the child in these difficult circumstances. It takes all kinds of volunteers to make a multi-faceted ministry run. Whether you want to advocate or simply put your skillset to work for an organization which truly makes a difference, come join us. We would love to have you!
According to KIDS Count data, approximately 250 children in Polk County were involved in the court systems primarily as a result of abuse or neglect in 2016
CASA of Bradley County

CASA of Bradley & Polk Counties
170 N. Ocoee Street
Craigmiles Hall, Suite 101
Cleveland, TN 37311

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