CASA Community Action Stops Abuse, has been working in the Tampa Bay area since 1977 providing refuge, crisis intervention, advocacy, professional training and community outreach to break the silence that isolates victims of domestic violence and prevents them from a life of hope, independence and peace. CASA staff members understand the courage it takes to disclose abuse, and they work with the community to build a network of support for survivors and their children.
Leaders, Celebrities and a United Stance Against Domestic Violence
Posted on 10/01/2014
Nearly 200 attendees packed the ballroom at the Inaugural CASA Gala fundraiser event on Saturday, September 27, 2014. National leaders and celebrities... Read More
CASA’s Blog: The Purple Post
Why Do Abusers Abuse?
Posted on 11/17/2014
Why do abusers abuse? Because they can. Because violence works, and because perpetrators get what they want. Because they feel entitled to control their partner and children. Because there are few consequences to their behavior... Read More
What does Spanking Teach?
Posted on 11/10/2014
A few weeks ago, an Op Ed in the Tampa Bay Times opposed spanking. The writer of the opposite view equated spanking with discipline and assumed that anyone who doesn’t spank believes children should grow up wild with no boundaries. Spanking of children occurs... Read More