CASA Child Advocate of the Year Shares her Story

Child abuse survivor Nancy Little shared with attendees at a luncheon hosted by CASA Works, Inc, the harrowing experiences that led her to becoming a social worker and advocate for abused children. She received the G.F. Bett Bettinesky Child Advocate of the Year award for her seven years as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer, and was the guest speaker at Monday’s luncheon. CASA Works, Inc is a Manchester-based branch of CASA that recruits volunteers to serve as court-appointed advocates for abused and neglected children in the area. Read more at the Herald Chronicle.