DID YOU KNOW?
The law in protecting the rights of abused and neglected children has improved greatly since 1938. But there is still more work to be done to ensure all children are safe, have stability and permanency.
WHAT DOES A CASA VOLUNTEER DO?
Robin Anderson Katy Bender
Crawford County CASA provides equal opportunities to all volunteers, without regard to gender, race, color, religious belief, national origin, sexual preference, military/veteran status, political affiliation, age or disability, or any other protected status as defined by law. If you believe you have experienced illegal discrimination or harassment, or have witnessed such an incident, you should promptly notify the program’s Executive Director or file a complaint alleging discrimination with PCCD and the Office for Civil Rights at: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ocr
OUR DEDICATED CASA VOLUNTEERS
WHO CAN BE A CASA VOLUNTEER?
You do not have to be a lawyer or a social worker to be a volunteer. We are looking for people who truly care about children and who have common sense. As a volunteer, you will be thoroughly trained and well supported by professional staff to help you through each case. Qualifications of a CASA Volunteer: