The Guardian ad Litem Program is a volunteer based network of passionate individuals who advocate in court on behalf of children in foster care. These Volunteer Child Advocates are trained, certified and supported by a small staff to transform a child’s life. They are the voice in court for children that have been abused, abandoned or neglected. The child’s best interest is the only interest in the ultimate goal of ensuring that every child can thrive in a safe, loving and permanent home.
Child Advocate Volunteers are people just like you who believe every child deserves the right to be treated with dignity, respect have a voice. If you are passionate about children and want to make a difference in a child’s life, you can help by becoming a Guardian ad Litem Volunteer. Change a child's story.
Call 1-866-341-1425 or visit www.GuardianadLitem.org for more information. Connect with us on Facebook at Guardian ad Litem 7th Circuit and on Instagram at superheroforachild_gal7.
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Guardian ad Litem is a volunteer based organization who's purpose is to look after the "best interest" of children who have been removed from their home due to abuse and neglect. We are their voice in court as well as look out for their best interest in other aspects of their life (educationally, emotionally and physically).
If you have a passion for making a lifelong difference in a child's life please consider becoming a Guardian ad Litem Volunteer Child Advocate. Child Advocates are trained and supported volunteers who are assigned a child (or sibling group) and learn about the children and those that are central to the child's life and advocate for both short and long term successes. We visit the child to make sure that their needs are being met and we advocate for their best interest in.