Events

General Information Meeting

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Please email Sandiec@casakanecounty.org to register! General Information Meetings are an opportunity to meet our team and learn more about what it means to become a CASA/GAL volunteer. Volunteers come from every walk of life and share a commitment to improving children’s lives. Fill out the form and attend to learn more on how you can …

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Teen’s Online Image & Their Future

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Hosted By Illinois CASA Register here This webinar addresses the power of a positive online image. The importance of maintaining a reputable digital footprint for safety as well as future opportunities is covered. Participants are encouraged to review online accounts through the lens of a review board for future goals. Presented by Office of the …

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Optima Training

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To register email Sandiec@casakanecounty.org !

Thanksgiving Day

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Office & Courthouse Closed

General Information Meeting

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General Information Meetings are an opportunity to meet our team and learn more about what it means to become a CASA/GAL volunteer. Volunteers come from every walk of life and share a commitment to improving children’s lives. Fill out the form and attend to learn more on how you can be the one caring and …

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Coffee Case Chat

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Email Sandiec@casakanecounty.org to attend! 3 Credits

ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

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Illinois CASA Presents This training introduces attendees to the Adverse Childhood Experiences study that was done in the late 1990’s. Attendees will learn about how two doctors came to the findings of the study, and what they were able to conclude due to the study. This training will explore a deeper understanding of brain development, …

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Building Online Resilience

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CASA Illinois Presents This webinar shares ideas to build online resilience, to which children will have the tools to positively bounce back from negative experiences, as well as navigate the internet with a critical eye. Presented by Office of the Illinois Attorney General Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force High Tech Crimes Bureau Register Here