The CASA 

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Hailey Davis and her adoptive mom, Crystal Davis.
Sign outside the Eureka office of CASA, on Myrtle Avenue. Photo by Heidi Walters
The community has donated toys, games, art supplies and even a doll collection to CASA, says executive director Steve Volow. Photo by Heidi Walters
In CASA’s main gathering room, a few toys await visiting children. But the main goal is for kids to interact with their advocates, and not "isolate." Photo by Heidi Walters
Home builder Frank Janowski is an advocate for two CASA kids, is building CASA’s new playground and is a speaker for CASA. "It feels good to help improve kids’ lives," he says. Photo by Heidi Walters
Michael, Angela and Bradley with their adoptive mom, Jan Carr, on their farm in Arcata. Photo by Heidi Walters
The Carr family. Photo courtesy of Jan Carr
Michael Carr explains one of his own comic strips while Elvis the dog noses in for some attention. Photo by Heidi Walters
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