What is CASA?

CASA is an acronym for Court Appointed Special Advocate.

CASA volunteers are ordinary people who care about kids. CASA volunteers come from all backgrounds. Many work full-time. Some are students or retired people. Most CASA volunteers work on just one or two cases at a time. No legal expertise is required. 

For more information, please visit the Children’s Voice: CASA, Inc. website.

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1. How can I apply for an attorney?
2. What is a GAL?
3. What does CHINS mean?
4. Where do I pay my court ordered fees and restitution?
5. What is restitution?
6. Are Juvenile Justice Incentive Grant programs available to any child?
7. Is there a cost for Juvenile Justice Incentive Grant programs?
8. Does the county provide transportation for juvenile programs?
9. What is CASA?
10. What does CASA do?