Court Appointed Special Advocates FOR CHILDREN
Make a measurable difference…
Are you ready to embark on a journey that will impact a child’s life?
Through developing a relationship with the a child, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA’s) find out what the child wants and needs. By using their advocacy power, CASA’s learn if education, counseling, or improved parenting will give children their best chance for safe and happy childhoods. It is within this role that CASA’s best serve children, the court system, and ultimately their own communities. But the greatest benefit is to Arizona’s children! Please contact us for more information about becoming a CASA.
What is a CASA?
A CASA is a volunteer specially trained to speak up in court for abused, neglected & abandoned children.
What does a CASA do?
- Advocates for best interests of the child.
- Develops a positive relationship with child.
- Monitors case to assure child’s needs are being addressed.
- Reviews case documents.
- Reports & makes recommendations to the Court.