Virtual Info Session, July 1

Have you heard the CASA name, but perhaps you’re not really sure what a CASA does? Do you know you want to help kids, but maybe you’re wondering what all is involved?

Join us for a virtual information session on July 1, 10am - 11am, to learn what it means to be a court appointed special advocate and why our volunteers are so important!

If you are unable to attend, but still interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer advocate, please contact our office to set up an individual time to visit.

Join Zoom Meeting

July 1, 2022

Meeting ID: 945 1609 1557

Passcode: 894721

Check Out our August 2022 Volunteer Spotlight

Online Pre-Service Volunteer Training Dates

Begin your journey today to change a child's story. Contact us to get started.

CASA Flex training is a blended learning system where the new trainees study for approximately three to four hours online from home per week, then participate in weekly face-to-face* meetings with local program staff and fellow trainees.  This allows the flexibility of working through the curriculum at your own pace while still engaging with your local CASA community in a face-to-face* environment.

Click here for our training schedule for the rest of 2022. Put the dates on your calendar today!


*Note:  If shelter-in-place requirements are in place, we will conduct in-person sessions through Zoom.

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