CASA braces for caseload influx once state re-opens


April 30, 2020

By Shelby Reilly

With children and their guardians stuck at home due to school shutdowns and a statewide ‘stay at home order’, advocates worry that child abuse may be going undetected and unreported.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Jackson County says it is now bracing for the influx of cases it expects to see as the state prepares to reopen.

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