CASA is not your typical volunteer role.

That’s okay.
We’re not looking for typical volunteers!

Who Can Help

Our volunteer advocates come from every walk of life and share a commitment to improving children’s lives, a willingness to learn and an open mind towards life experiences different from their own. No special education, experience or background is needed.

You must be at least 21 years of age and be able to pass extensive reference, Child Protective Services, sex offender registry and criminal background checks before becoming a volunteer advocate. Volunteers should have effective oral and written communication skills and comfort with computer technology including email and word processing.

You may not be a current foster parent or be in the process of adopting a child from Child Protective Services. If an attorney, you may not concurrently be appointed to any cases.

Volunteer Recruitment Process


A member of our recruitment team will reach out within 3 business days after you’ve called or emailed requesting additional information.



You will receive a confirmation email upon receipt of your application.

A member of our team will reach out within 3 business days after receipt of the application to schedule an interview.


After the Interview is complete, an email will be sent within 3 business days with information on the next steps.


The CASA Pre-Service Volunteer Training consists of 6 virtual, 4-hour class sessions, followed by an additional 10 hours of on-the-job training with your assigned CASA Coach.



All training and requirements must be complete and cleared before you are assigned to a case as a CASA.

Requirement Checks:

  • Reference
  • CYFD Background
  • Sex Offender Registry
  • Criminal Background

If you’re interested in having someone contact you so you can learn more about volunteering with CASA, please complete the form below.

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CASA is not your typical volunteer role.

That’s okay.
We’re not looking for typical volunteers!