WHAT DOES A CASA
What does a CASA volunteer do?
Maintain a Relationship
with the Child
Establish and investigate the child’s
situation and needs. Visit the child at
least once to twice a month.
Complete Case Reviews
Speak with the child and relevant adults while investigating the child’s situation and needs. Review appropriate records and reports. Observe the child, significant others and child visitations.
Ensure the Best
Interest of the Child
Attend all court hearings to see that all relevant facts are presented and attend appropriate interagency meetings regarding the child.
Attend court hearings concerning the child and provide a written report to the court with factual info. Also, participate in case conferences concerning the child.
Follow court hearings or decision as designated by the court.
Communicate to advocate supervisor, attorney and education team concerning assigned case. Develop a CASA case plan and review progress and reports.
WHAT DOES A
OTHER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
ATTEND A GENERAL INFORMATION MEETING
Interested in becoming a
Take the first step and attend one of our
General Information Meetings.
Unable to join us for one of the above dates?
Or have a group you would like us to present at? Fill out the form below and our team will be in touch with you!
Tuesday, May 19th
Thursday, June 4th
INQUIRE ABOUT VOLUNTEERING!
All persons interested in volunteering for CASA Kane County must complete the inquiry form below. An automatic email will be sent confirming receipt of the inquiry form. Please know that receipt of an inquiry does not guarantee placement as a volunteer. After reviewing your inquiry, a member of our team will be in contact with you to discuss next steps.