Become a CASA Volunteer
A CASA Volunteer has one purpose: to be the voice of the children and youth they serve by advocating for the needs and wants of the young people on their case. While other professionals within the system serve multiple families, a CASA Volunteer serves one child, youth or sibling group. This focus allows them to understand even the smallest details of the case and the complex network of relationships connected to the children and youth.
Most of all, this intense focus ensures that placement, school and other services, like therapy, are appropriate and in the best interest of the children and youth. In fact, research has shown that children and youth with a CASA Volunteer receive more services, re-enter the system fewer times, and are more likely to graduate high school. You can make a difference by signing up to become a CASA Volunteer today.