Become an Advocate!
WHAT WE DO:
CASA volunteers are committed people – teachers, business people, retirees, stay-at-home moms and grandparents – who want to make certain that foster children have safe homes.
CASA volunteers receive extensive training prior to working with a child as well as ongoing support throughout a case:
Would you like to see an example of what CASA's do?
The Harris Price case study video is broken into 6 chapters and aims to further understanding of hearings involved in a case, the permanency issues related to three children of different ages and needs, and a CASA volunteer’s role. Click here to view the video and get more information!
Click here: Volunteer Application
Angelina, Polk and Houston Counties all offer training throughout the year. As required by National CASA, each trainee much participate in at least 30 hours of training to become an advocate. At least 10 hours of this training must by face-to-face, while the other portion can be through independent study. We at CASA understand that each trainee has other responsibilities, so we work to fit training into each person's time and schedule.