CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for Foster Children in Maricopa County

Date: Ongoing

Organized By: VOICES for CASA Children

State: AZ

Brenda Leon, 4806854888
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On average, more than 20 children enter foster care everyday in Arizona. You can help by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer. A CASA is an everyday citizen appointed by a judge to advocate for the safety and well-being of children in foster care. No prior experience is necessary. We provide all the training you will need, along with a team to support you on your case. Your role will be to spend time with the child, collaborate with others involved in the case and provide a court report. With the information you collect, you will be the voice for the childメs best interest.

A child with a CASA is more likely to receive services, have fewer placements and spend less time in out of home care. Make a lasting impact in the life of a child and give them hope for a brighter future. Register to attend an information session to learn more.

Skill Desired: Writing

Matching Interests: Geared for 50+ volunteers, Children & Youth

This volunteer listing is provided by AARP's Create the Good. Visit Create The Good to search more volunteer opportunities or post your own opportunity.

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