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Court Appointed Special Advocates of Pima County

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Be a part of creating a world where every child who has experienced abuse and/or neglect is given the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving environment.

Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).

CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to advocate for the for the best interest of our most vulnerable children, those that have been placed into foster care due to abuse and/or neglect.

CASAs stand up for these children, represent their best interests, become a consistent and safe adult in the child’s life and help change the children’s lives.

Training will be provided. Give our abused and/or neglected children HOPE that their past does not dictate their future, that they deserve to thrive and be safe, and that they are worth our time and attention.

Visit Court Appointed Special Advocates (pima.gov) to learn more and apply.

CASA’s Change a Child's Story(tm)

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About Court Appointed Special Advocates of Pima County

Location:

2225 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713, US

Mission Statement

The mission of CASA is to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courts. We promote and support quality volunteer representation for children to ensure that each child is afforded a safe, permanent, nurturing home.

Description

CASA of Pima County is affiliated with CASA of Arizona and the National CASA Association which is a network of almost 1,000 programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings.

In 1977, a Seattle juvenile court judge concerned about making drastic decisions with insufficient information conceived the idea of citizen volunteers speaking up for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom. Since that first program network has grown to about 1,000 CASA programs all who are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers in 49 states.

Independent research has demonstrated that children with a CASA volunteer are substantially less likely to spend time in long-term foster care and less likely to reenter care. Last year, more than 86,900 CASA volunteers helped 280,300 abused and neglected children find safe, permanent homes. CASA volunteers are everyday citizens who have undergone screening and training with their local CASA program.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
LGBTQ+

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

2225 E. Ajo WayTucson, AZ 85713

(32.1787,-110.93988)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Youth Services
  • Child Welfare
  • Advocacy
  • Child Advocacy
  • Community Outreach

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteers report 10-15 hours per month in their CASA duties. The majority of time is spent forming a secure consistent relationship with a child in need. Other time can be spent making phone calls, emails or attending meetings and court hearings.
  • CASA volunteers develop a relationship with a child, collaborate with the child's team, make recommendations, and report what they have learned to a judge while advocating for the child's best interests.

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