CASA in the Community

Professional Training

CASA’s Prevention Advocate trains community members who have a desire to support survivors of domestic violence. CASA’s training for professionals include the following:

  • Addiction professionals
  • Law Enforcement
  • Domestic violence professionals
  • Hair Stylists
  • Human Resources professionals
  • Lawyers and paralegals
  • Medical Professionals
  • Religious leaders
  • Social Workers
  • Therapists
  • Child protection case workers
  • Social Service workers

Training includes an overview of the most recent domestic and sexual assault laws, information to help professionals recognize the warning signs related to domestic abuse, and discussions to encourage sensitivity to the needs of victims.

Corporate Education and Training

Helping protect your company & employees from domestic violence

CASA offers services and training tailored to your company’s needs. From awareness training for staff, to HR support and policy review, our professional educator will help your organization navigate the sensitive topic of domestic violence. For more information contact Sofia at

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Peacemakers Program

Anti-Violence & Healthy Relationship Curriculum

CASA provides teachers and curriculum materials free to local schools. Students receive holistic peace education nurturing values of peace and justice using school-approved curriculum.  Parents are encouraged to take an active role in nurturing and supporting lessons learned in the classroom.

Primary Prevention

CASA is committed to providing youth with tools and resources they need to help end domestic violence. Through our prevention efforts, we are always looking for ways to reach out to youth and specifically encourage teen involvement. For more information on how you or a teenager you know can be involved, or for information for teens that think they might be in an abusive relationship.

Community Partnerships

CASA has close working relationships with numerous organizations to the community including the following:

  • Bon Secours Health System
  • Center of Hope
  • City of St. Petersburg
  • City of St. Petersburg Police Department
  • Clerk of Courts
  • Community Law Program
  • Community Pride
  • Directions for Living
  • Faith House
  • Florida Coalition against Domestic Violence
  • Florida Department of Children and Families
  • Florida Clearinghouse on Supervision
  • Good Samaritan Church
  • GulfCoast Legal Services
  • Homeless Leadership Board
  • Homeless Leadership Network
  • Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County
  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • New Directions
  • Operation Par
  • Pinellas County Board of County Commission
  • Pinellas County Domestic Violence Task Force
  • Pinellas County Health Department
  • Pinellas County Jail
  • Pinellas County School System
  • Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
  • Pinellas County Urban League
  • Pinellas Park Police Department
  • Pinellas Village
  • ‘R Club of Pinellas County
  • 6th Judicial Court Circuit
  • St Anthony’s Healthcare
  • St. Petersburg Free Clinic
  • St Petersburg College Women on the Way
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • State Attorney’s Office
  • Suncoast Center for Community Mental Health
  • The Spring of Tampa Bay
  • 211 Tampa Bay
  • United Way of Suncoast
  • Victim’s Rights Coalition
  • Westcare of Florida

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