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VOLUNTEER – BECOME A CASA
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers get to know the child and gather information from everyone involved in their daily life, including family members, foster parents, teachers, daycare providers, doctors, lawyers, social workers, and other relevant persons. CASA volunteers use the information gathered to report to the judge, advocating for the child’s needs while in the foster care system. As a volunteer, you commit to represent a child’s best interests while they are in care.
We welcome people from all walks of life. As a CASA volunteer, you will be thoroughly trained and well supported by professional staff to help you through each case.
I can commit to a minimum of two years of volunteer services as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
I can commit to visiting a child, in their home, at least twice monthly for the first six months of service and monthly afterward.
My schedule permits me to attend meetings or court hearings during the workday.
I can meet deadlines and complete necessary court reports for court hearings.
I understand that in my role as a CASA, I will be working with an attorney Guardian ad Litem (GAL) who may have a different recommendation than I might for what's in the best interest of the children I will be working with.
District of Columbia
Federated States of Micronesia
Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Europe, the Middle East, an
Armed Forces Pacific
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
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