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CASA of Hill County is a private non-profit organization serving children in Hill, Liberty and Chouteau Counites.  We find our funding through Grants, Fundraising and Donations. We have one staff member, 7 volunteer board members and 9 volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates.   

We appreciate all of our donors for believing in our mission - to recruit and educate dedicated volunteers to become Court Appointed Special Advocates who passionately work for the best interest of every child we serve.

Nationally - Tens of thousands of children live in foster homes without a Court Appointed Special Advocate® (CASA). Imagine that child showing up to court and not knowing a soul. Worse yet, imagine how that child doesn’t know about court or how to defend himself while seeing complete strangers decide his future.

CASA volunteers know the children they serve, their story and unique circumstances and they have their best interests in mind. Having a CASA by a child’s side can be the difference between despair and hope. Your donation today helps the cost of CASA advocacy for a child by finding a safe, loving and permanent home for that child to live in.

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Our Sponsors and Partners

  • The Foster Closet, Havre, Montana

  • Early Childhood Investment Team
    Early Childhood Investment Team

    The Hill County Early Childhood Investment Team's purpose is to invest in and support early childhood needs in our community.


    We will
    • Support families to raise healthy productive children.
    • Reduce risk indicators and increase positive outcomes for children.
    • Increase stronger sense of community among residents.

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