During the stay at home order, at risk children are not being seen by teachers and other community members regularly. This means that abuse and neglect can go undetected. A CASA can help the Family Court Judge and other service providers protect and serve the needs of these children. As a CASA you are trained to help foster children stay safe and thrive even during this pandemic. We do observe the CDC social distancing guidelines even as we keep in touch with our foster youth. NEXT VIRTUAL TRAINING MONDAYS FEB 1 - MAR 8, 2021 APPLICATION DEADLINE JANUARY 25, 2021. CASA is a program of Northern Valley Catholic Social Service.
Mission Statement Inspiring hope and transforming lives. Guiding Principles Respecting the dignity of human life from conception to death Calling for participation in family and community Advocating for the poor and vulnerable Benefiting people by contributing to their freedom and independence Serving One universal family Core Values Integrity Responsibility Respect Resiliency Hope
www.nvcss.org/casa: CASA is a nationwide program that has a positive impact on the lives of children in the foster care system. Between Butte, Glenn, Shasta and Tehama Counties, there are over 1,000 children in foster care. These children may have between 2 to 14 foster placements or more in their lifetime and others may spend their entire life in the foster care system. The CASA program gives a voice to the children of Northern California.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Justice & Legal
We'll work with your schedule.
Glenn CountyOrland, CA95963
January 8, 2021
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
10-20 hours a month for a minimum of one year or until the child finds a permanent home.
Virtual Training Available/ Able to work in Butte, Glenn, Shasta OR Tehama counties