CASA in the News

CASA supports investigating FCADV

LHS student starts knitting chapter; woven products donated to those in need

Twenty-Five Years of progress for girls

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Twenty-Five Years of progress for girls

LHS student starts knitting chapter; woven products donated to those in need

Twenty-Five Years of progress for girls

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LHS student starts knitting chapter; woven products donated to those in need

LHS student starts knitting chapter; woven products donated to those in need

LHS student starts knitting chapter; woven products donated to those in need

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Community working together to end child abuse

Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

Community working together to end child abuse

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CASA is a genuine lifeline

Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

Community working together to end child abuse

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Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

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Blame the Abuser, not the Victim

Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

Government shutdown affects the most vulnerable

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BOCC proclaims Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

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Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

Domestic violence arrests are up, but the majority of cases still aren't reported

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Domestic abuse knows no boundaries

'I couldn't do it anymore' Victims work to break free from domestic violence

Domestic abuse knows no boundaries

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The Kiwanis Club of West Citrus

'I couldn't do it anymore' Victims work to break free from domestic violence

Domestic abuse knows no boundaries

Peg Morton President of The Kiwanis Club of West Citrus and Sunshine Arnold CEO of CASA

CASA CEO, Sunshine Arnold receives a certificate of appreciation from President, Peg Morton after speaking at The Kiwanis Club of West Citrus. 

'I couldn't do it anymore' Victims work to break free from domestic violence

'I couldn't do it anymore' Victims work to break free from domestic violence

'I couldn't do it anymore' Victims work to break free from domestic violence

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Inverness Elks Supports Citrus Abuse Shelter Association

CASA program puts victims on path toward financial independence

Inverness Elks Supports Citrus Abuse Shelter Association

CEO Sunshine Arnold with the Inverness Elks Club Members

Refuse to stand for domestic abuse

CASA program puts victims on path toward financial independence

Inverness Elks Supports Citrus Abuse Shelter Association

NCADV Take a stand against Domestic Violence

CASA program puts victims on path toward financial independence

CASA program puts victims on path toward financial independence

United Way Prosperity Center staff humbled by experience at CASA

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United Way Prosperity Center staff humbled by experience at CASA

Colors for CASA LHS students invest time, money to increase awareness, save lives

United Way Prosperity Center staff humbled by experience at CASA

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Colors for CASA LHS students invest time, money to increase awareness, save lives

Colors for CASA LHS students invest time, money to increase awareness, save lives

Colors for CASA LHS students invest time, money to increase awareness, save lives

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