BE THE DIFFERENCE
- BECOME A CASA VOLUNTEER
WHAT DOES CASA DO?
A CASA volunteer is a trained
volunteer who is appointed by a judge to speak for the
best interests of a child in foster care.
Once training is complete, CASA
volunteers are assigned to a case. They investigate
all resources connected with the safety and well-being
of a child. These resources include parents, medical
and school personnel, lawyers and caseworkers. Then
the CASA provides the judge with a written report
regarding the best interest of the child.
Additionally, the CASA maintains close contact with
the child throughout the duration of the case. The
CASA's objectivity helps the court to make a sound
decision about the child's safe and permanent home.
Being a CASA volunteer can make the difference
for a child between homelessness and a safe home, between dropping
out and completing school, between unemployment and
success, between jail and becoming a productive member
To learn how you can become a CASA volunteer contact,
Lisa Thompson, CASA of Warren and Forest Counties Director
at 723-4434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/casa.warrenforest or click this underlined link to go to our web page www.casaofwarrenandforest.org
To give a child
a CASA is to give them a voice.
To give them a voice is to give them hope.
To give them hope is to give them the world.
Become a CASA