CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) seeks Spanish-speaking volunteers
- For inquiries, please Dane County CASA directly (contact information is listed below).=====Dane County Court Appointed Special Advocates seeks Spanish-speaking volunteers to serve as advocates for children in the court system.Dane County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a non-profit organization that trains and supports community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for the safety, permanency, and well-being of children involved in juvenile court proceedings. CASA volunteers are specially trained to advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system.CASA volunteers visit their assigned child(ren) on a weekly basis, correspond with service providers and adults in their assigned child(ren)’s life, provide informative reporting to the courts, and advocate for the safety, permanency, and well-being of their assigned child(ren). CASA volunteers also provide advocacy for enrichment opportunities and educational services, and zero-to-five advocacy and teen life skills mentorship as appropriate. CASA provides volunteers a thorough training and quality support and supervision by qualified CASA case coordinators.CASA volunteers provide critical community-based advocacy to vulnerable children, and make a difference in kids' lives! To find out more please contact the CASA office at kellyn@..., or visit us online at www.danecountycasa.orgFor inquiries, please Dane County CASA directly:
Contact UsIf you would like additional information about CASA and our program, please contact us and we will respond as quickly as possible.Kellyn McCullough, Program Coordinator608-261-9910
Mary Beth Collins, Executive Director
608-283-2969Mailing Address:210 Martin Luther King Drive, Suite 356Madison, WI 53703Fax: 608-266-9120Thank you for your interest in Dane County CASA!