Sixth Judicial CASA/GAL Program, Inc.
Child Abuse Hotline: 1-866-820-KIDS
(Statewide + Toll-Free)

What is CASA?

CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to speak out for the best interests of children who have been removed from their homes through no fault of their own. These children are usually in temporary foster care and group homes. The CASA is often the only constant in the lives of such children.


Court appointed special advocates (CASA’s) are community volunteers trained by local program directors to speak up for abused and neglected children in court. With the information provided by the CASA volunteers, judges are able to make more informed decisions as to what is best for the child. These volunteers are often appointed as a guardian ad litem (GAL) for a child. CASA of Park and Sweet Grass Counties volunteers review records, gather information, and talk to everyone involved; parents, teachers, foster parents, therapists, and the child. From this information, they present recommendations to the judge as to what is best for the child.

Donate to the Sixth Judicial CASA/GAL ProgramAbout Our Organization

The Sixth Judicial District serves two counties in Montana (Park and Sweet Grass) which cover an area of 4,511 square miles and a population of 19,303.


Our mission in Park and Sweet Grass Counties is Advocating for Abused and Neglected Children within the Judicial System. You can help by becoming a sponsor, or by volunteering your time and becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate!

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Marcus Lilly, CASA Board ChairMarcus Lilly, Board Chair

E-Mail: marcus@casajd6.org

Office Phone: (406) 222-4904

Marcus moved to Livingston in February 2005 after attending college at MSU-Billings, studying Marketing and International Business. Born and raised in Central Montana, he has a great love for sports, animals, and the outdoors.