Community Resources

Summer Camps

Summer is right around the corner, and now is a great time to start thinking about summer activities for your CASA youth! Check out this Boulder County Summer Camp Guide, and reach out to your Advocate Supervisor for more ideas.

Individualized Education Program Help

Does the youth you advocate for have an IEP or 504 plan, or do they need additional services and support in school? Longtime CASA Volunteer and former Speech Language Pathologist and Special Education Coordinator, Georgia Magnera, has significant experience in this field and is willing to answer questions and provide support to CASAs as they advocate around the educational needs of the youth they serve. If you have questions or are looking for guidance around educational advocacy, please contact Jenny Cassin at

Non-Emergency Medical and Non-medical Transportation Available

Set up a ride at least 2 days before your appointment. Call IntelliRide at 855-489-4999 (toll free) (State Relay 711). Or visit:

City of Boulder Double Up Food Bucks Home Delivery Program

Boulder County Public Health recently launched a new home delivery Double Up pilot where City of Boulder SNAP recipients who are either older adults, single parents, living with a disability, or have a transportation barrier can get $40 worth of produce delivered for free for only $20 EBT. Please note, this program is only available to SNAP participants who reside in the City of Boulder.

Questions? Email Jill Strange at Check out their website

Queen Sized Bed Available

BVFC has received a queen sized bed frame from a donor. This item is available for pick up on a first come, first serve basis. Please contact Jenny Cassin at to claim this item for your appointed child.