CASA advocates speak on behalf of children in the family court system and act as their voice in the courtroom. A CASA advocate serves as the eyes and ears outside of the court system for the judge, so that they can ensure a safe and permanent home for the child. Children assigned a CASA advocate are returned to permanent, safe homes faster, and they are less likely to wind up back in court.
If you are interested in volunteering as a CASA Advocate, you can complete the online form on this page or download the printable application.
Volunteer applicants must meet all requirements, successfully pass all background & screening checks, and complete the required volunteer training in order to qualify as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate.
You can learn more on the Volunteer Requirements page.