Who can volunteer?

CASA volunteers come from every walk of life and share a commitment to improving children’s lives, a willingness to learn and an open mind towards life experiences different from their own. No special education, experience or background is needed.

As a CASA volunteer, you:

Spend quality time with the children you are assigned, communicate with the children, their parents, relatives, teachers, doctors, counselors, caregivers and anyone else involved in the child’s life, review the children’s case files, gather and document information, formulate recommendations, in the form of a court report, on what is in the best interest of the children and submit court reports and present your recommendations to the judge in the courtroom.

Follow these five steps to become a CASA volunteer:

Step 1: Check out our calendar for the next scheduled Training. You can also call 573-442-4670 for more information.

Step 2: Apply, via an online application, to be accepted into training.

Step 3: Complete an interview and background check.

Step 4: Sign-up for the next training session.

Step 5: After a full training session of 30 hours is completed, and all of your paperwork is completed and cleared, you are sworn in as an officer of the courts and will be assigned your first case.

For Upcoming Volunteer Training Sessions and Events, click here to visit our calendar.

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