CASA of Maury County, Inc.

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Community / Family Services

About Us

CASA of Maury County, Inc. (Court Appointed Special Advocates) was organized by a group of concerned citizens in the fall of 2005. Maury County Juvenile Court Judge George Lovell had wanted CASA in the county for several years. Marsha Boren had recently moved to the southern Middle Tennessee area and had been affiliated with CASA in East Tennessee and Emily McKnight had gone through training in Davidson County to become a CASA Volunteer. The three of them were able to meet and CASA of Maury County was chartered in October of 2005 training 10 volunteer advocates as CASAs in 2006. They began advocating for the children of Maury County and the mission continues today.

CASA of Maury County Inc. has served approximately 150 children each of the last three fiscal years, 2018 through 2

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Lead Advocate Coordinator
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
Summary The Lead Advocate Coordinator provides professional support to other Advocate Coordinators and staff support to CASA Volunteer Advocates so that children involved with the CASA program receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning.    The Lead Advocate Coordinator is responsible for coordination of cases with each Volunteer Advocate as well as program documentation for the ...read more
Contact: Jessica Sloan Elam
Phone:1-931-626-5959
Fax:(931) 381-3111