June 28th, 2016 | casaadmin
It takes a special person to be a CASA. As a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), you would…establish and maintain contact with a child, interview his or her parents, social workers,teachers, and others, and submit a written recommendation to the court outlining what is best for the child. You would become the “eyes and ears” for the judge and help ensure that “your” child does not become lost in the court system. If you care and have about 10 hours a month to spend, being a CASA can be very gratifying work.
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Read more about what it takes to become a CASA volunteer here and fill out our Court Appointed Special Advocate Application to proceed with your involvement. Just print it, fill it out and mail or fax it in to the office.