Iowa Child Advocacy Board
ORGANIZATION: CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate
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Thousands of Iowa children are under the juvenil court's jurisdiction due to abuwse or neglect. The programs and activities of Iowa Child Advocacy Board are dedicated to advocating for these children's best interest. You can ehlp as a Court Appointed Spical Advocate (CASA) or Foster Care Reviw Board (FCRB) volunteer.
About CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate
612 N 2nd Street, Clinton, IA 52732, US
The Court Appointed Special Advocate Program commissions community volunteers to serve as an effective voice in court for abused and neglected children, strengthening efforts to ensure that each child is living in a safe, permanent, and nurturing home.
The CASA volunteer advocates for the best interest of the child. The CASA will assess the case by interviewing individuals involved and reviewing documents. The CASA provides a written report for each court hearing outlining the findings and facts, and providing recommendations. The CASA will monitor the case to determine if services are being provided and complied with, and to advise the Court if problems or concerns develop.
Multiple locations Muscatine, IA 52761
July 26, 2022
- Background Check
- Must be at least 19
- Orientation or Training
- Depending on the family assignment, you can expect to volunteer between 3-10 hours a month.