Advocating for Neglected and Abused Children in Luzerne County

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CASA of Luzerne County, a non-profit child advocacy organization, was established in 2013, and is part of the national CASA association. There are currently over 1,000 CASA-related programs in 49 states, building networks of volunteers to represent the best interest of children in those communities. John Aciukewicz, executive director of CASA of Luzerne County, paid a visit to the VIA studios to talk with Erika Funke about the organization. 

CASA's fall training class will begin September 25th, and it's evening at CASAblanca will be held at the Forty Fort airport on September 19th. For more information, visit

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