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Our Mission

To provide a qualified and compassionate court-appointed volunteer advocate to every child who is abused and neglected, to ensure the fundamental human right of having a safe, nurturing, and permanent home is met.

Since our inception in 2009...

  • Children Served

    1076

  • Hours Dedicated

    108,304

  • Miles Driven

    683,642

  • Volunteers Trained

    481

CASA Expands with Two New Hires

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster and Lebanon Counties is pleased to announce the recent hire of two new employees, Kristin Antrim, full-time Lebanon County Program Specialist, and Marguerite Rohrbach, part-time Office Assistant.

Kristin holds a degree in Paralegal Studies and previously worked as a Paralegal with a focus on family law, estate planning, and employment law. She later branched out into accounting and worked as an outsourced accountant at a CPA firm. She became involved in the child welfare system by serving with the Forgotten Initiative and became a resource parent.

Kristin joined CASA because she has a passion for advocating for children in the child welfare system and desires to see the program reach more abused and neglected children. She states, “We all can do something for children in need, and I'm thrilled to have this opportunity to do my part.” Her position as Lebanon County Program Specialist will give CASA a greater presence and impact in Lebanon County.

In addition to her work with CASA, Kristin is busy with three children, a husband, two cats and a dog. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, running and hiking, exploring new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends. She resides in Brownstown.

Lancaster County born and raised, Marguerite is a graduate of Rosemont College with studies in Art History, Studio Art, and Business. She worked previously as an advertising graphic designer, auction house office manager, and she served as a volunteer counselor. She is currently a freelance designer and craftsperson, and Hempfield Marching Band mom. Looking to reenter the public workforce part-time in a meaningful position, she brings efficiency, organization, and creativity to her CASA Office Assistant position.

In addition to her work at CASA, Marguerite is mom of three, wife of a veteran, and step-mom of three. In her free time, she enjoys crafting mailart and miniatures, thrift shopping with the kids, traveling with her husband, and attending concerts in Philly with her best college bud.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are community volunteers, just like you, who stand up and speak out to help abused and neglected children. To find out more about how you can make a difference, visit us online at casalancleb.org or call our office at 717-208-3280.