Foster youth are pulled from abusive, neglectful, and abusive homes and are placed into a broken system. They are often moved from home to home and endure continuous changes of schools, friends, social workers, therapists, and attorneys. Family is often not involved and when they are they may not be consistent and/or appropriate role models/adult figures. Social workers are inundated with huge caseloads. CASAs are often the only consistent adult figures in the lives of foster youth. We develop long-term relationships with our youths and have the authority of the court to communicate with, learn from, and advocate to their many service providers. CASAs are foster youths' voice in court to facilitate best interests. CASAs make a real and significant difference in the lives of the youths they serve.