Make an Impact on a Child's Life


As a CASA Advocate you can be a life changer. Make your voice count for a child.

Every child who has suffered abuse or experienced neglect is a victim, and deserves to have an Advocate to help ensure that their future is a safe one.

CASA's goal is to provide an Advocate for every child who needs one. More Volunteer Advocates are needed to make this goal a reality. CASA Advocates are Community Volunteers who give their time, voice and commitment to a victim of child abuse to ensure that they will not get lost in an overcrowded child welfare system. CASA Advocates help build a brighter future for a child who has suffered abuse or neglect.

The need for CASA volunteers is critical. There are not enough volunteers to go around when over 700 Cascade County children needed an Advocate last year. Every one of these children has suffered some type of abuse or neglect.

All year long CASA-CAN is committed and focused on working with our community to combat child abuse, its causes and its effects.  

Every child should have their rights protected.
Every child should have their needs met.
Become a CASA Advocate.

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325 2nd Ave N

Great Falls MT 59401



Report Child Abuse or Neglect


DO NOT call your local CPS (Child Protective Services) office. 

When making a report of suspected abuse or neglect:

  1. Be specific. Tell exactly what happened and when. Be sure to record all injuries or incidents you have observed, including dates and time of day and keep this information secured.
  2. Give any information you have about the relationship between the child and the suspected abuser.
  3. Be prepared to provide any information that you have.
    1. Name, age, and address of the child
    2. Brief description of the child
    3. Current injuries, medical problems, or behavioral problems
    4. Parents’ names and names of siblings in the home
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