Court Appointed Special Advocates
Become a CASA Volunteer
Volunteers spend time with children, monitor needed services, and provide child-focused recommendations to the court based on the best interest of the children they serve. The CASA advocate offers support, guidance, and friendship in a consistent, caring and non-judgmental relationship. New volunteers are given comprehensive training to prepare them for the types of issues and situations that might arise during their work with their assigned child. We are always looking for more volunteers so that we can serve a greater number of deserving children. Volunteering as a CASA offers the chance to make a tremendous difference in these children's lives.
Working with Children - A Life Altering Experience
A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a trained volunteer appointed by a judicial
officer to provide advocacy for a child who is under the jurisdiction of the Court due to abuse
or neglect. The CASA serves as the "eyes and ears" of the judge for children in foster care.
A member of the National CASA/GAL Association for Children
Services are made possible through funding provided by the Judicial Council of California, First 5 Calaveras, the United States Department of Justice, Victims of Crime Act, 2017-VA-GX-0084, American River Bank, local organizations, fundraising, and community donations.