What is CASA all about anyway?

CASA is...






CASA is a national, volunteer-based organization that trains people to become volunteer advocates for children. CASA of Seneca, Sandusky, and Wyandot Counties is a non-profit agency and has been serving locally abused and neglected children since 1990!

Our mission

We believe children deserve a safe, permanent, and supportive environment to live.

Our Vision

By drawing on community resources to accomplish the goals of child protection, CASA will provide a trained Guardian ad Litem for every child in Seneca, Sandusky, and Wyandot Counties who requires one.

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BCI/FBI Background Check Service

The Tiffin and Fremont CASA offices offer the service of conducting National WebCheck BCI and/or FBI background checks by scanning your fingerprints and mailing results to employers or other agencies. It is $35 for a BCI check, $40 for an FBI check, or $65 for both a BCI and FBI check. We accept cash, check, or credit. Please call either office to set up an appointment and arrive with your ID, and the BCI/FBI form filled out, including the reason codes and where the results are being sent to.


Internship Opportunities

CASA of Seneca, Sandusky, and Wyandot Counties offer internships in the different county offices. Intern positions encompass a wide range of activities and fields of study. If you are planning on a career working with children and families, working in a not-for-profit agency, working in a court setting, advocacy work, or performing public relations/awareness work, this internship would be very beneficial and interesting!

Intern Application

Where it all started 

Seneca County

Our CASA program began in Seneca County in 1990 when the Seneca County Task Forced noticed the large number of child abuse cases being reported, and so they recommended that a CASA program be started. With the help of Seneca County Juvenile Court Judge Gerald Meyer and the Family Preservation Council, as well as funding from the Mental Health Services Board, the Seneca County Commissioners, and Tiffin-Seneca United Way, our program was born!

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Sandusky County

The need to help children continued to be great, so with the approval from the Sandusky County Juvenile Court Judge Brad Culbert, the Sandusky County program was added in 1992.

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Wyandot County

The work didn't stop there! Wyandot County was added in 1998 with the help of Wyandot County Commissioners. From this point on, we were CASA of Seneca, Sandusky, and Wyandot Counties!

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Other ways you can make an impact! 

Support CASA by shopping on AmazonSmile

As you shop on Amazon you can be donating a portion of what you are already spending to a charity of your choosing! To do this, visit smile.amazon.com. On your first visit to the website, select CASA of Seneca, Sandusky, and Wyandot Counties from the menu on the right. AmazonSmile will save your organization of choice and donate each time you shop!


Contribute to CASA by using Kroger Community Rewards

As you shop at Kroger you can be donating a portion of what you are already spending to a charity of your choosing! To do this, register your Kroger Plus Card at Kroger Rewards. Then enroll (or reroll each year) for CASA of SSW to start donating!


Donate supplies for the children we serve

CASA accepts donations such as new books, school supplies, blankets, crafts, games, stuffed animals, and hygiene products for our volunteers to bring to the children we serve! You can drop off donations at any of our offices, or shop our wish lists on Amazon Smile Charity List and Amazon will deliver the items to our office!

Funded Program of the United Way of Sandusky County


Program Partner of the United Way of Wyandot County



Seneca County

21 Court Street

Tiffin, OH 44883


Fax 419-448-6663

Sandusky County

219 South Front Street, Suite 304

Fremont, OH 43420


Fax 419-332-6414

Wyandot County

129 South Sandusky Ave.

Upper Sandusky, OH 43351


Fax 419-209-1443

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