CASA for Children of Multnomah, Washington & Columbia Counties provides program orientations in each county. Please join us to learn more about our organization, child advocate roles and responsibilities, and the process of becoming a CASA volunteer. All potential child advocates must attend one of our orientations or meet with one of our recruiters before beginning the training sessions.
Please note that the information presented in Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia Counties is the same, so you may attend whichever session best suits your schedule.
Please register through the link above before attending an orientation so we are sure to have space and an information packet ready for you.
In an effort to reduce exposure to and the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all CASA for Children orientation dates have been suspended until further notice. Please feel free to use the registration link above to submit your contact information so we may notify you when orientations resume.
If you have questions, or would like more information, please contact your county’s volunteer recruiter:
Multnomah and Washington Counties:
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When a child who has been abused and neglected is going through the trauma of the court system, a CASA advocate is tirelessly working to guide them through safely, quickly, and effectively.
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