CASA is a lifeline for people (children, teenagers, and adults) in Washington County who have been affected by domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, and rape. Our programs and services provide the professional support and guidance necessary for these individuals and their families to survive violence and abuse and establish a new and safe direction.
Thank you for your interest and support of CASA, Inc.  For the month of October - National Domestic Violence Awareness Month - we as you to Take A Stand with us by participating in our cellular recucling program.  This program costs you nothing  but ultimately provides funding for services for victims and survivors of domestic violence. Here’s how it works: you bring the phones and small mobile divices from your home, work, school or lost and found.  You can even conduct your own drive.
Take a Stand Against Domestice Violence in October by Donating Phones to CASA, Inc.
That’s it - you clean out your drawers or lost and found while supporting CASA, Inc.! In one month a single amusement park turned in their lost and found phones and received a donation of over $4,000! On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.  During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men. Together ~ we save lives!  Please contact Vicki Sadehvandi at or #301.739.4990.