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You Can Help Change a Child’s Story™

Become a 

CASA Volunteer

Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

Source: The National CASA/GAL Association 

6 Steps

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are patient, open-minded people from all walks of life who have good communication skills, a history of following through on commitments, and a willingness to accept guidance. Above all, CASA volunteers care about children and their futures! 

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What Does a CASA Volunteer Do?


CASA volunteers help change a child’s story that has experienced abuse and/or neglect who are under court protection.



  • Spend regular, quality time getting to know their assigned child.

  • Are supported and supervised by CASA team members and work alongside everyone involved in the case.

  • Write monthly objective court reports on the child's safety and well-being to help the judge make important decisions on the child's future.

  • Acts as a consistent adult for a child while under court protection throughout all the child’s transitions.

  • Volunteers spend on average 4-6 hours a month on their case.

“I became a CASA volunteer thinking I would change the life of a child or two, and I know that I have. What I never expected was how much they would change mine.” 
-A CASA Volunteer Advocate 

Six Steps to Becoming a CASA Volunteer

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Volunteering for CASA is incredibly rewarding, but we know that it can take some time before you are ready to make the commitment. If you aren’t ready to apply to become a volunteer advocate just yet, please consider helping support CASA of Brown County by: 

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