Florida Guardian ad Litem Receives National Grant to Help More Children

Florida Guardian ad Litem Receives National Grant to Help More Children

The Florida Guardian ad Litem Program has been awarded a $122,500 grant by the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association to recruit, screen and train more volunteers to become the voices of abused, abandoned and neglected children.

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