CASA-NH’s COVID-19 Response and Protocols
Updated September 2021
The safety of our advocates and the children they serve is our number one priority. However, COVID-19 has not put an end to child abuse in New Hampshire and across the country; in fact, we are anticipating a surge of cases once the pandemic is behind us due to the distance that it has caused between children and mandated reporters. That is why we’ve adjusted our protocols and onboarding process to a completely virtual experience as the situation evolves. This page will be updated to reflect our most recent information.
Our Offices and Support
Staff members have returned to their offices with appropriate safety protocols in place.
Because visitors are limited, you may work with your program manager to either schedule an in-person, socially distanced meeting or a call to discuss the details of your case. Regardless of how, CASA staff are here to support you just as they had prior to the pandemic.