The CASA 

A legally appointed buddy can help a kid move forward when life seems to have lurched to a stop

[slideshow-1] This Saturday, CASA of Humboldt will throw open the doors of its newly remodeled and expanded headquarters on Myrtle Avenue and invite everyone in to examine what is essentially a haven of beauty, comfort, stimulation and light. "CASA" stands for "court-appointed…

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