What does it mean to be a CASA volunteer?

CASA volunteers are people who become stable, caring friends to abused and neglected children and strong voices in court on their behalf.  A volunteer establishes a one-on-one relationship with a foster child and gives 2-3 hours per week to advocate for that child’s safety and best interest.  Appointed by the court, CASAs ensure that our foster children don’t get lost in an overburdened system.  No special experience is needed to volunteer – all that is required is the desire and commitment to change a child’s life.

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