Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA

Court Appointed Special Advocates

About CASA
More than 700,000 children experience abuse or neglect each year in the United States. Instead of playing with neighbors and making happy family memories, they are attending court hearings, adjusting to new foster homes and transitioning to new schools. That’s a heavy burden for a child to carry. With a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), America’s most vulnerable children will have someone speaking up for their best interests. 

Who are we?
Our Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA (NWRM CASA) serves the 14th Judicial District which is Routt, Moffat, and Grand Counties in Colorado. We have a small, hard-working staff, an engaged Board of Directors with representation from each county, and fantastic hands-on-with-the-children volunteers in each county – ALL of which are very passionate about helping children. With the COVID-19 pandemic and the wildfires, our services are needed more than ever.

Colorado Gives Day is December 7

Colorado Gives Day – THANK YOU! 
Our most heartfelt thanks to those who donated to our cause on Colorado Gives Day! We had our most successful year to date, both in funds raised and the number of people who donated. We are so grateful for your support and can’t wait to share updates about the continued impact of your gift.

And if you weren’t able to join us, it’s not too late to give or get involved. Explore our site more for information on donating, volunteering, sharing our mission and more.

Our Impact By The Numbers

  • Served 30 abused and/or neglected children across the district served by CASA volunteers
  • Reunited 9 children with their parents
  • Sworn in 4 new CASA volunteers

How can you help?
Become a CASA Volunteer.  Make a donation. Join our Board or an Events Committee.
With your support (whether financially or your time), more children will have the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving home.
Volunteer info, click here.
To make a donation, click here.


For children to have safety, stability, and hope for the future.


To inspire, empower, and educate the community and volunteers to advocate for the best interests of the child.