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Mission Statement

The Judicial District VII CASA Program, Inc., recruits, trains, screens and supervises community volunteers who serve as Guardians ad Litem, appointed by the court, to foster the best interests of abused and/or neglected children who fall under the purview of the Child Protection Act.


The Judicial District VII CASA Program, Inc., provides community volunteer advocates to abused and neglected children on whose behalf, petitions have been filed with the courts. Judicial District VII covers a ten county area in the Snake River Plaines in Idaho.

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Would you recommend Judicial District VII CASA Program?

by Jane M. (2012-08-27 05:32:06.0)
The IF CASA program is run by the most callous, emotionally distant, horrible with children people I have ever seen in any branch of this organization. They will insert themselves into a child's educational time, making the child embarrased and afraid to return to the same school. There are at least two particular individuals who frighten children and elderly people who are being pumped for information... to the point that their own "informees" have to resort to hanging up on them to stop their continued harrassment. These individuals are not people you would want taking care of your pet rat, much less having ANY influence in a malleable child's psyche. The attorney for CASA boldly flaunts the law, and uses his paraphiliac disorder (diaper fetish)to further the agendas of CASA workers, to the detriment of any children placed under their supervision. Bonneville County is another planet. There are strict legal limitations on what a GAL may do,they simply ignore their own regs here.