Apply to become a CASA!
Before applying, you'll need to have attended an information session.
You can register here: INFO SESSION SIGN-UP
When applying to become a CASA, you will be asked to:
Attend an Information Session
Fill Out an application
Participate in a criminal background and child abuse registry check
Interview with CASA’s training and recruiting manager
Provide 3 personal references
Please note that per National CASA policy, we cannot accept any applicants who have been convicted of or have pending charges regarding a felony or misdemeanor involving a sex offense, child abuse or neglect, or related acts. Applicants with a history of other felonies or misdemeanors that could pose risk to children or the program’s credibility may also be disqualified. The severity of the crime and length of time since the offense will be considered in making this determination.
If you've already attended an information session and would like to pursue volunteering as a CASA, please fill out the application form linked here:
When a child who has been abused and neglected is going through the trauma of the court system, a CASA is tirelessly working to guide them through safely, quickly, and effectively.
Donate now online, it’s a safe and secure way to give. Your support will help children in our community who have been abused or neglected find safe, permanent homes.
BECOME AN ADVOCATE
We need volunteers more than ever to help a child find a safe, permanent home. Become a CASA and make a lasting difference in the life of a child.
Once we have received your references, someone will be in touch to schedule an interview with Training and Recruitment Manager, Allie Brady. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out: ABrady@casahelpskids.org