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June Donor Spotlight: FITNESS PROJECT

How Fitness Project Began In 2015, former Gold’s Gym Houston owner, Bryan Murphy, was working on a charity project in Guatemala when a new perspective on his business dawned on him: “What if we could benefit others while experiencing the benefits of the gym? And what if our personal health goals and projects could be… Read more »

Advocate Shares Collaborative Family Engagement (CFE) Tool Success Story

CASA Advocate, Carol Seltz, brought supplies for a teen girl to complete a mobility map for their monthly visit. A mobility map is a visual timeline of a person’s life created by having them draw places they’ve lived and people from their earliest memory to the present day. Here is what Carol shares about the… Read more »

June Advocate Spotlight: Kevin Montagne

This month, we invite you to meet CASA Advocate, Kevin Montagne. Recently, Kevin was kind enough to sit down and answer a few questions for us. Kevin was sworn in on June 20, 2020, and over the past year, he has taken on two cases involving four children. In addition, he has also led a… Read more »

CASA Program Notes: June 2021

By Marilyn McQueeney, CASA Program Director Ice Cream Social and Donation of Summer Toys It amazes me that we are already headed into summer. It was fantastic to see so many Advocates at our Ice Cream Social in May. We received a wonderful donation of summer toys from Insperity for you to share with your… Read more »

Leadership Montgomery County Class of 2021 Completes Project for CASA Child Advocates

4-part project includes life skills training event for teens, renovation of CPS visitation rooms, creation of an online resources directory for volunteers, and comprehensive disaster plan for organization Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) Class of 2021, comprised of 43 leaders in the County, selected a four-part initiative submitted by CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County as… Read more »

Do you believe every child deserves someone by their side this Mother’s Day?

From the beginning of time, moms have been: Our loudest cheerleaders Our most patient teachers Our listening ears Our gentle nurses Our playmates & Our dance partners Our chauffeurs Our short-order cooks Our lunch packers & Our homework helpers Moms have been: Our loyal supporters Our soft place to fall Our stark defenders & Our… Read more »

CASA Connection Corner/TBRI Coaching Room is Now Open

Now Open! CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery held a series of ribbon cuttings for the Connection Corner & TBRI Coaching Room earlier this month, and the CASA TBRI Team is excited to announce that as of April 30th, the TBRI Coaching Room is officially open! Please feel free to reach out to the TBRI Practitioners… Read more »

CASA Child Advocates Opens Trauma Coaching Center, Hosts Ribbon Cuttings

Two Ribbon Cuttings CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County recently hosted ribbon cuttings and tours of their new Connection Corner at their office in downtown Conroe. On Friday, April 9, 2021, Junior League of The Woodlands and representatives of the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development were honored. Then on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, Lynda… Read more »

CASA Child Advocates Announces Lindsay Miller as Interim Development Director

Introducing Lindsay Miller, Interim Development Director CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County is pleased to announce that former Creative Development Associate, Lindsay Miller, has assumed the role of Interim Development Director. Within this position, Miller will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of the non-profit organization’s fundraising efforts, including the major gifts program,… Read more »

A Time of Reflection: Ripples of Change

A time of reflection . . . By Ann Marie Ronsman, Executive Director | CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County Ripples of Change I am writing this note from Crystal Beach. Every morning when we are here we make sure to get up early and walk our 4 dogs (3 basset hounds and one terrier)… Read more »