Advocate for A Child in Foster Care


Foster children can spend years moving from one foster home to another. They’re more likely than other children to face lasting trauma, homelessness, unemployment and even prison as adults. This is a tragedy that takes a tremendous toll on our communities. But you can create a positive change by becoming a CASA volunteer.

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers work one-on-one with a foster child to ensure that foster children and youth receive needed health, education and therapeutic services, positive social and recreational opportunities, and consistent support.

Attending a Volunteer Information Session is the first step to becoming a CASA volunteer. This session will help you understand what it means to be a CASA volunteer and how can you speak on behalf of an abused or neglected foster child or youth.

With just 15-20 hours a month, you can help create a brighter future for a foster child.

Attending an Informational Session is required before submitting your application.

All you need to bring is a great attitude and compassion.