CASA volunteers are dedicated, trained community members who visit with children who have been abused or neglected and get to know them, their needs, and their wishes. Volunteers are a powerful voice for children's best interests, bringing critical information to the court that is often not otherwise provided. This information assists the court in making better, more informed decisions for children and families. CASA volunteers not only make helpful and insightful recommendations to the court, they also change children's lives. Volunteers look at the case solely through the eyes of the child and provide a voice for children in court.
Make a difference in the life of a child.
To become a CASA volunteer you must be 21 years old and complete:
Want to know more?
Call us at (260) 449-7190
Attend a CASA 101 Informational Session by Registering HERE
or fill out our CONTACT FORM.