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Photo | SubmittedPictured, in no particular order, are CASA Board Member David Norris; CASA Board Member and Volunteer Debbie Filippone; Breckinridge County Volunteer Tonya Adcox; Meade County Volunteer Donna Higgins; Grayson County Volunteer Travis Stewart; Grayson County Volunteer Dan Satterfield; CASA Board Member Stacie Blain; CHFS Supervisor Marcus Haycraft; Judge Harold Goff; Judge Shan Embry; and CASA Director Erica Patton Simpson.
Photo | SubmittedPictured, in no particular order, are CASA Board Member David Norris; CASA Board Member and Volunteer Debbie Filippone; Breckinridge County Volunteer Tonya Adcox; Meade County Volunteer Donna Higgins; Grayson County Volunteer Travis Stewart; Grayson County Volunteer Dan Satterfield; CASA Board Member Stacie Blain; CHFS Supervisor Marcus Haycraft; Judge Harold Goff; Judge Shan Embry; and CASA Director Erica Patton Simpson.
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Tri-County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is a non-profit agency dedicated to preventing and eliminating further trauma to children.


The CASA concept is based on the commitment that every child has the right to a safe, permanent home, as soon as possible.


CASA trains volunteers to advocate for children involved in neglect and abuse cases in juvenile court. Volunteers will advocate for these children through the child welfare system, and the court and attorneys that serve Grayson, Breckinridge, and Meade Counties in Kentucky.


Thanks to the tireless work of Judge Shan Embry and Judge Harold Goff, CASA was able to expand its program to serve Breckinridge and Meade County, in addition to Grayson County this year. This week, the agency swore in a new group of volunteers, including its first volunteers from Breckinridge and Meade Counties.


Anyone interested in donating or becoming a volunteer is encouraged to contact Erica Patton Simpson at 270-246-1256 or tricountycasaky@gmail.com.

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