Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

YSB brings on two CASA volunteers

Posted: Friday, March 12, 2021

The Youth Services Bureau is excited to announce that the agency is implementing the CASA of Huntington County. The CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program provides a pivotal role in the life of a child.

The CASA volunteers represent the best interest of those children within the court system. Tamie Morrison is the CASA coordinator. She has been with the YSB for over seven years and has extensive experience working with children and families and the legal process.

The program currently has two trained CASA volunteers, Tara Rowley and Charlie Chapman who along with Tamie, were sworn in last week as CASA volunteers. The Huntington County Community Foundation provided initial startup funding. To learn more about the program or how you can become a volunteer, contact Tamie by calling the office at (260) 356-9681 or email Tamie at t.morrison@ysbofhuntingtonco.org.

Shown in the photo, from left, are Charles Chapman CASA volunteer; Davin Smith, judge, Huntington Circuit Court; Tara Rowley, CASA volunteer and Tamie Morrison, CASA coordinator, Youth Services Bureau of Huntington County.