Court Appointed Special Advocates are trained volunteers who are appointed by the juvenile court to provide objective information about the best interests of children who have open abuse or neglect cases in the court system. Most of the children have been removed from home and are in some form of foster or substitute care.
Click here to complete a volunteer application. Once your application is received, we will email you to set up an introductory meeting where you will learn about the specifics of the role, ask all your detailed questions, and decide which training schedule works best for you.
Have more questions? Speak to a CASA staff member by e-mail.
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