A CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) is a specially trained volunteer advocate appointed by the court to ensure that the needs of a child who may have been abused and neglected are met. The CASA strives to assure that the child is placed in a safe, permanent, and loving home as quickly as possible. Volunteers needed in Bartholomew, Jennings, and Decatur counties.
Until CDC protocols and agency guidance allow for it, all contacts made during the course of CASA work will be done remotely.
1531 13th Street, Suite 2110, Columbus, IN 47201, US
To advocate for the best interest of individual children involved in legal proceedings. Priority is given to children who are abused or neglected. Trained volunteers seek to assure safe, permanent homes for these children as quickly as possible throught the highest quality advocacy.
Trained volunteers represent the best interests of children involved in the court system