Be The Voice For A Child

CASA Needs Volunteers

Every child needs someone they can look up to as a hero. But children who are being abused need superheroes to help get them out of abusive situations. Volunteer with CASA of Ohio Valley to become one of those superheroes.

CASA of Ohio Valley is a nonprofit child abuse and neglect advocacy organization serving Daviess and McLean County. We're members of the national court-appointed special advocate association. Our goal is to train community members to be a voice for children who have been abused or neglected.

Become a voice for abused and neglected children. We offer extensive child advocacy training so you can help children in your community.

Advocate Training

If the child isn't in immediate danger, call the statewide abuse hotline at 1-877-KYSAFE1. Your identity will be kept confidential.

Do You Suspect Abuse?

Our Mission Statement:

CASA of Ohio Valley, Inc. exists to promote and protect the best interest of children who have been abused or neglected by providing trained, court-appointed, adult volunteers to advocate for their safe, permanent and loving homes where they can thrive.

If you're looking for an opportunity to give back to the community and help local children, get in touch with us today.

Find support every step of the way

Working with CASA of Ohio Valley is different from other volunteer opportunities because you'll get to be a part of the court process. We won't just throw you in the deep end. Our knowledgeable staff and experienced advocates will support you throughout your journey. Our support includes:

30 hours of pre-service training

12 hours of in-service training per year

Continuing education resources

Thanks to our Premier Community Partners

Caring Community Partners

Super Community Partners

Additional Partners

Larry Conder, Owensboro City Commissioner

Koger Properties

Bill & Kathryn Raymer
EM Ford Insurance
Famous Bistro
Limestone Bank
Old National Bank

Riney Hancock CPA
Swedish Match
Tracy & Debra Thacker
Ursuline Sisters of Mount St. Joseph