Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers receive training in order to advocate in the best interest of the child(ren) they serve. CASA volunteers give children a voice in the judicial system and are considered the 'eyes & ears' for the Judge who oversees the case they are appointed to. CASA volunteers work with treatment professionals, community members and families in order to arrive at sound recommendations for the child(ren) they are appointed to. Upon training, CASA volunteers work with a mentor and staff supervisor to navigate the child welfare and judicial system in their advocacy.
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