BECOME A CASA
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A Court Appointed Special Advocate-CASA volunteer is a community citizen who has been trained and sworn in by a Judge
to advocate for the best interest of children who have been abused and neglected and are dependent wards of the state.
By visiting the child, interviewing those involved in the child's life, and working with the case workers, CASA volunteers strive to see each child placed in a safe and loving home as quickly as possible.
By gathering information regarding the child's circumstances, attending court proceedings, and writing court reports, the CASA volunteer is able to make recommendations to ensure the child’s medical and dental, educational and emotional needs are a top priority. In addition, CASA volunteers represent the child's wishes, giving the child a voice in court, and thus in their future.
The CASA volunteer is a person the child can count on and is often the only consistent person in the child’s life during their time in foster care.
For the health and safety of our volunteers and staff, orientation sessions are currently held on Zoom. A meeting link will be sent to you via email after your application is approved.
Meetings are held on:
1st Monday from 12-1pm
& the 3rd Monday from 4-5pm
At least 21 yrs of age
Passion for children in the community
Pass criminal background checks
Good written and verbal communication skills
Ability to complete and maintain training
Available to attend court hearings
Ability to commit to the program for at least 2 years;
preferably until assigned case is closed
Attend an Orientation
Email your application (see link below) to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
CASA of Marion County, Inc.
P.O. Box 20298
Keizer, OR 97307
Download an application here: