What does it mean to become
a CASA Volunteer?

Becoming an advocate is an investment of time, energy, and heart. But as many advocates have said of the children they worked with, “It wasn’t about what I gave them, it was what they showed me.”

CASA volunteers are trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for abused and neglected children. As children enter the foster care system, an advocate is assigned to monitor their case as it proceeds through the welfare and judicial system. Advocates act as the eyes and ears of the court, making independent, objective recommendations regarding the child’s best interest, with the goal that each child be placed in a safe and permanent home.

Ready to make a difference in your community?

Check out our training events:
August 28-31 from 9AM - 5PM
September 5-28 Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5PM - 8:30PM
October 9- November 1 Mondays & Wednesdays from 8:30AM – 12PM

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  • You must be 21 years of age or older
  • You must have reliable transportation
  • You must successfully pass the screening process
  • You must complete 30 hours of training
  • You must be able to make a commitment to a case

To fill out the full CASA volunteer application