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CASA continues to step up for the community amid COVID-19

Blue Mountain Eagle

Grant-Harney County CASA swears-in two new CASA volunteers, despite challenges with recruiting and training during the pandemic. Also, through a grant from OHA, CASA steps into providing Wraparound supports to community members in quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19.

January 19, 2021

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Child abuse challenges amid COVID-19

Blue Mountain Eagle

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, but the work continues year-round, especially as the pandemic presents challenges.

April 23, 2020

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CASA Fundraiser Brings in $16,000

Blue Mountain Eagle

Grant-Harney County CASA celebrated another St. Patrick’s Day benefit dinner with music, dinner and laughter, but it was an event that highlighted the growing generosity and support from the Grant County community.

March 10, 2020

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New court appointed special advocates sworn in

Blue Mountain Eagle

Six people completed the 40-hour course for new members in June and July to join Grant-Harney County CASA.

September 9, 2019

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CASA, SELCO Team Up For ‘Care Kits’ Project

Burns Times Herald

On Monday, June 10, members of the Grant-Harney County CASA joined SELCO Credit Union staff in assembling “Care Kits” for children being removed from their homes.

June 27, 2019

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Harney County Court gets an update from CASA

Burns Times Herald

Executive Director Hannah Hinman and Harney County Program Coordinator Maggie Thompson attended the Harney County Court meeting on May 22 to provide an update regarding Grant-Harney County CASA.

June 5, 2019

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