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A CASA of Terrebonne Teen reveals his story, its traumas, its endurance to be good, and the hopes for a happy ending.

At our most recent Lunch and Learn we met a biological mother who lost custody of her children because of her addictions. She will tell you that by the time DCFS came in contact with her family she had been fighting her demons and "functioning" as best she could way before "the system" came knocking at her door.

Although this did not come easy, she kept showing up to visit her child and slowly she began to address her traumas and addictions. By grace, things came together and she was able to reunite with her child. Today she continues to thrive and she reminded us of how important it was for her to be treated with dignity despite her actions.

Ten years later her contact with our office couldn't have come at a more perfect time. As volunteers and staff, we need those reminders of how our work does make a difference. At the end of the day, if we have helped a whole family or a child, the fight was worth fighting. We always say let's keep planting seeds in hopes that one day they will sprout. Even if we never see them flourish, the hope is that one day they will grow.

In a recent Facebook post, Ann Beeson's former CASA child shared her gratitude for having Ann while she felt lost in foster care. She is not only her CASA but for becoming her "Gammy".

Mrs. Yvonne has impacted many lives throughout her legacy at CASA of Terrebonne. She has been awarded Advocate of the Year and continues to push forward to do what is needed for her CASA children.

When a child is falling through the cracks of a flawed and overwhelmed system, a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer has the chance to come in to change the trajectory of the case and change the child’s life. This is a story about how one CASA of Terrebonne Volunteer was able to achieve that goal.

We have compiled a list with Amazon Wish Lists to make it easier than ever for you to support CASA of Terrebonne and the children and families we serve.

Check out the attached information that was covered in the April 25, 2019 Lunch and Learn. The topic was communication in regards to your CASA child. If you have any questions about the information provided, please call Christine at 985-876-0250 or email

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