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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the Family Court Advocate Program (FCAP) are child advocacy programs in which trained volunteers assist Family Court to secure safe, nurturing, and permanent homes for children in need. Assigned by the Court to a case, CASA staff and volunteers devote the time necessary to gain a thorough understanding of the children, their families, the circumstances that brought them into court, and the resources that are needed. EAC Network’s CASA child advocates may meet with school officials, providers, attorneys, child welfare staff, and others directly involved with the child and the family. Our CASA child advocates strive to solve problems, improve collaboration, help access resources such as the Victims Assistance Program, and through written reports assist the court with its responsibility to place children in safe, nurturing, and permanent homes.