BE FOR THE CHILD

UNLESS SOMEONE LIKE YOU CARES A WHOLE AWFUL LOT. ITS NOT GOING TO GET BETTER, ITS NOT.

- The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss

THROUGH CASA, YOU CAN BE FOR THE CHILD.

What does a CASA volunteer do?

LEARN

Volunteers learn as much as they can about the child and their family.

ENGAGE

Volunteers will engage with the child during visits (at least once a month).

RECOMMEND

Volunteers speak for the child’s best interest in court. They make recommendation on child placement and any services they may need.

Collaborate

Volunteers collaborate with others involved with the case to ensure needed services are provided and are in the child's best interest

REPORT

Volunteers report what they have learned and observed in court.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

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5 THINGS
CASA
DOES FOR KIDS

Brighter Futures and Stronger Communities

Children who have experienced abuse or neglect fare better with a CASA/GAL volunteer by their side. Studies have shown:

They are

more likely

to find a safe, permanent home.

They are

more likely

to succeed in school.

They are

half as likely

to re-enter the foster care system.

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