The goal of CASA, the Juvenile Advocacy judge, the GAL, and case-working agencies is to reunify the child with his or her biological parents. We know that the best place for children is with their biological parents; however, not in the same type of home that they were removed from, but in a rehabilitated home. In Macon County, foster children are reunified with their biological parents 40% of the time; the other 60% of time, foster children have other safe and permanent home outcomes—adoption, guardianship, independence. Additionally, when CASA is assigned to a foster child’s case, we are able to find the child a safe and permanent home 6 months faster than if CASA was not assigned to a case. And, in what CASA believes to be the ultimate measure of success, we have successfully found a safe and permanent home for our assigned foster children where 98% of these children do not come back into foster care.