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WHAT IS A C.A.S.A. VOLUNTEER?
As a C.A.S.A. Volunteer, you speak for the best interest of a child in court. C.A.S.A. volunteers are appointed by a judge to recommend the best possible outcome for an abused or neglected child’s future. Whether this means helping to make a connection with adoptive parents or safely reuniting the child with parents or relatives, the ultimate goal of the C.A.S.A. volunteer is to help ensure that every one of these kids can live in a safe, permanent home.
C.A.S.A. volunteers review records, research information and talk to everyone involved—social workers, attorneys, judges, parents, teachers, family members and, of course, the children themselves.
Contact us at (256)739-1111 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information . To fill out an application:
Donations are greatly appreciated.
Change A Child's Story.
- “I know you advocate a lot for me and I really do appreciate you a lot...so I'm sorry I said all those hateful things I was just frustrated,” Foster Youth to Volunteer
- “Doug fought so hard for my girl. She was lost in the system and we were not able to contact the people we needed. Doug facilitated conversations and was able to make things happen,” Foster Parent
- “ We just love Mrs. Connie. Not only is she great at communicating with us as foster parents, but she never was harsh to or judged the biological parents. She always treated everyone with respect,” P. and K. Williams