Montgomery County Juvenile Court Volunteer Services

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Children & Youth
  • Community


3501 Merrimac AvenueDayton, OH 45405 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

A Court Appointed Special Advocate is a member of the community. We specially train volunteers to advocate in court for the best interest of children who have experience in Ohio’s child welfare system. CASA Volunteers are assigned to a child for the duration of a case, usually lasting a year or two. The average time spent in care is two years, during which they may change residences as many as three times -- which is why CASA Volunteer work is so important.


Many children need the support of a caring, committed adult. CASA Volunteers’ best interest advocacy helps ensure that children are safe, have a permanent home and have the opportunity to thrive.

  • CASA volunteers are regular people, from all walks of life,
    who have been rigorously screened and trained by their local
  • Each volunteer receives more than 30 hours of training before
    they receive their first case, with an additional 12 hours of
    continued education required annually.
  • Volunteers receive ongoing support to help them advocate
    effectively on a child’s behalf.


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