A CASA volunteer is someone who speaks for the best interest of children in foster care, helping to find them safe, permanent homes. They get to know the children, their caregivers, and the facts of the case. They take part in such processes as child and family visits, court hearings and meetings about the children's needs. CASA volunteers make recommendations and help explore all of the options for permanent homes. CASA volunteers work for quicker, better outcomes, and provide children in foster care with the knowledge that there is a community around them that cares.
Mission: The mission of CASA is to recruit, train, and support a diverse community of volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the foster care system. The vision of CASA is a CASA volunteer for every child; who strives to secure a safe, nurturing, permanent environment for every child.
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