National Child Abuse Prevention Month 

Donate A Pinwheel to the CASA Garden

Join CASACD on April 9th for Karaoke and Support Child Abuse Prevention

CASACD and the Flight Club have teamed up for a special Karaoke night to raise funds to support child abuse prevention programs at CASACD.  The Flight Club will be donating 10% of their bar proceeds for the night!

We Hope To See You There

The Flight Club 

1900 Airport Road

Breckenridge, Colorado

From 7:00pm – 11:00pm 

While you are there be sure to pick up a Pinwheel to add to our Garden or take it with you to display at home or work!

Learn How You Can Help Prevent Child Abuse

Prevention Resource Guide

The 2019 Prevention Resource Guide as provided by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services is designed to help individuals and organizations in every community strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. This year’s theme, “Strong and Thriving Families,” aligns with the 21st National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. The Resource Guide focuses on protective factors that build on family strengths to foster healthy child and youth development. It can be used along with the Protective Factors in Practice scenarios and the activity calendars to implement prevention strategies in your community. Access resource guides from previous years to learn how prevention strategies have changed over time.

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Wishes For Children

Prevent Child Abuse America provides numerous resources to aid in the prevention of child abuse and Adverse childhood experience.

Find quality information about Child Sexual Abuse Research and Resources

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Find Parenting Tips for a safe and happy childhood.

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Visit The Resilience Project and learn the role we all play in making childhood great.

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events occurring before age 18. ACEs include all types of abuse and neglect as well as parental mental illness, substance use, divorce, incarceration, and domestic violence. A landmark study in the 1990s found a significant relationship between the number of ACEs a person experienced and a variety of negative outcomes in adulthood, including poor physical and mental health, substance abuse, and risky behaviors.1 The more ACEs experienced, the greater the risk for these outcomes. By definition, children in the child welfare system have suffered at least one ACE. Recent studies have shown that, in comparison to the general population, these children are far more likely to have experienced at least four ACEs (42 percent vs. 12.5 percent).2

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CASA of the Continental Divide marks 20 years of helping abuse victims with harrowing, inspiring stories 

Speaking with confidence and grace, Jewel Arledge stood before a roomful of people Wednesday night at the Silverthorne Pavilion and recounted the hell that was her childhood.

Now 20, Arledge works two jobs as she takes classes full-time at Red Rocks Community College. She’ll soon transfer to Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she’ll pursue a double major, and she has designs on chasing a doctorate degree in corporate law after that.

“I’m not slowing down anytime soon,” she said.

Arledge was one of several guest speakers Wednesday night as CASA of the Continental Divide celebrated its 20th birthday, thanked its donors and honored two of its success stories.READ MORE>

Join The Celebration & Check Out Our Great Events!


Chip In For Kids

Registration is Now Open!

CASA of the Continental Divide’s 13th annual golf tournament will be held at the Frost Creek Golf Course in Eagle, CO. on June 11, 2019.


Become A Child Advocate!



Many Children are still in need of a CASA. If you want to Make A Difference please consider becoming a CASA Volunteer. Our next training begins April 4, 2019.

Make A Difference 


CASA volunteers are an amazing force for good, but we need more…


Your contribution, no matter the size, can help to change a child’s life…


There are many ways to get involved with CASA. Let’s Talk!