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Child Advocacy classes to begin in Laramie County

CASA in Laramie County reports more advocates are on the way for kids in need.
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Published: Jan. 25, 2021 at 4:17 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Over the last several years nearly 474 children have been served through Child Advocacy programs.

CASA in Laramie County reports more advocates are on the way for kids in need.

“Everyone is taking on new cases advocating for some who have 2 cases assigned to them. so there are 10 kids that those 6 advocates were able to give voices to those kids,” Executive Director, CASA, Sarah Urbanek said.

The Court Appointed Special Advocates program reports twelve advocates completed training and are sworn in to begin  speaking on behalf of children in foster care.

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The Executive Director of CASA, says child advocacy is a process that isn’t easy but also says the difference it makes in families lives makes it all worthwhile.

“I know the advocates feel like regardless if the case has been hard or great. all of them care that they made a difference for that kiddo.”

CASA concluded saying in the month of February a new orientation class will begin.

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