CASA 101: Information Session
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers are ordinary people doing extraordinary work for abused, neglected and abandoned children and youth in foster care in our community.
The need for more quality volunteers has never been more urgent than it is today. By becoming a CASA volunteer, you will be a part of a team working to make sure that the abused/neglected children in the foster care system in our area have the very best chance of living in a safe, permanent home where they can thrive.
If you are interested in being an advocate for abused/neglected children in the Brown, Comanche, Mills county area and would like to know more about CASA in the Heart of Texas, what CASA volunteers really do and how their involvement impacts children, what type of commitment and time would be involved, what skills are needed, what training is provided/required, and how to begin the process of becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children…this session is for you. CASA 101 is designed to answer these questions, helping potential volunteers make a decision about becoming a CASA.
Please join us Tuesday, June 5th at 6:00 PM at the Family Services Center in Brownwood as you consider the call to become a CASA. And invite a friend!