Welcome To CASA of Lea County

CASA of Lea County Mission Statement:
CASA of Lea County strives to make Lea County, New Mexico a safer environment for our communities’ abused and neglected children through highly trained volunteer advocacy and other child centered programs.

A passionate and powerful voice – CASA of Lea County’s trained and court-appointed volunteers advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children.

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Welcome to CASA

A passionate and powerful voice – CASA of Lea County’s trained and court-appointed volunteers advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children. Together with our community’s involvement and generous support, we will positively impact the lives of our children.

 

 

What We Do

When children are abused or severely neglected, they must rely on adults to help them obtain justice and services. Who deserves an advocate more than an abused or neglected child? That is the intent of the social service and Family Court systems, but all too often these systems are fraught with escalating caseloads and reduced resources…

3 weeks ago

CASA of Lea County

We are having our first ever virtual volunteer training soon! If you have any more questions about what it is #CASAofLeaCounty does, call us. 5️⃣7️⃣5️⃣ 3️⃣9️⃣3️⃣ 0️⃣0️⃣1️⃣5️⃣ We LOVE talking about ourselves😉 #CASAofLeaCounty #courtappointedspecialadvocates #unitedway #advocate #volunteer #hobbsnm #leacountynm ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

CASA of Lea County

Teresa Grady has been part of our CASA family for many years and now she’s one of our newest trained CASAs. When she asks “if not me, then who?” We can’t think of anyone more qualified than her. She has proven through her years of volunteering her time with CASA and years of working with the Hobbs Police Department that she has the heart, the dedication, and will always stand up for the children in our community. We appreciate you Teresa and your continued commitment to our mission. Thank you!

You still have a few days left to sign up for our first virtual CASA training. Please message us or call 575 393 0015 and ask to speak with Ann Murdock for more information.
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3 weeks ago

CASA of Lea County

We are gearing up to get back to “normal” soon. That means coming back stronger than ever and with the best team to serve the children and families of Lea County. We are looking to hire part-time room monitors for our Family Time Visitation Center program.

Family Time Visitation Center has part time positions available for room monitors. Responsibilities include interaction with court ordered parties, participating in supervised visitations and custody exchange services, taking observation notes, and clerical duties.
Resumes and letters of interest with references are accepted at:

CASA of Lea County
501 N. Linam Hobbs, NM 88240

or email: CASAFTVC@gmail.com
until the positions are filled.

Call us for more information: 575 393 0661.
* Must be 21 years of age or older
* Must be able to pass background checks
* Available to work Monday through Fridays from 12-6pm
* Available to work some weekend hours
* Multi-tasker
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4 weeks ago

CASA of Lea County

Well check us out! Our newest CASA volunteers are now also local celebrities thanks to this sweet piece in the Hobbs News-Sun. Thank you for the shout out!!

If you are interested in becoming a CASA, message us or call our office—575 393 0015–and sign up for our next class coming up soon.
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4 weeks ago

CASA of Lea County

May is Supervised Visitation Awareness Month. Family Times Visitation Center, a program under the CASA umbrella provides supervised visits and custody exchanges to our Lea County families. Please DM or comment below for more info. •

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