CASA of Linn County, Inc.
CASA's are legally mandated and become a party to the case, once appointed. CASA's have four primary roles; 1)to investigate the circumstances of the child; 2)to advocate for appropriate services for the child; 3)to monitor the progress of the case and report to the court; and 4)to facilitate communication between agencies working with the child. CASA's are committed to remaining the stable person in a child's life until the Court has closed the dependency case.
CASA's are specially trained volunteer citizens appointed by the Judge to be an independent, objective voice for an abused or neglected child in foster care. CASA's insure that a child is placed in a safe, stable, permanent home as soon as possible. CASA's advocate for the best interests of the child.
- Address PO Box 100Albany, OR 97321
- Micki Steele
- (541) 926-2651
- Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Community, Emergency & Safety, Justice & Legal
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