History of CASA in York County
During 2001 and 2002, the program was administered out of the Seward office. CASA for York County broke off from Seward County CASA in January of 2003, and continued to function as a non-profit agency under Seward County Bridges until April 2004, when CASA for York became part of the York County Community Health Coalition. By August 2005, CASA for York became a full fledge member of the National CASA Association and continues to be a member of the Nebraska CASA Association. On March 27, 2006, CASA for York County achieved its own non-profit 501(c)(3) status. CASA for York County operates pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statute §43-3701 and adheres to all program guidelines and standards established by the National CASA Association.
- In 2017, 16 CASA volunteers advocated for 35 of 47 abused/neglected children in York County.
- In 2018, 16 CASA volunteers advocated for 33 of 42 abused/neglected children in York County.