Anne Arundel County CASA, Inc.

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What Training Do CASA’s Receive

Volunteers receive 35 hours of training that involves independent study, class time, and court observation. Topics include: understanding the judicial and child welfare systems cultural awareness the impact of family issues such as substance abuse, mental illness and family violence building collaborative relationships practicing the CASA role writing court reports…

CASA Volunteer Training Manual

Table of Contents Chapter 1: The CASA Role Chapter 2: The Child Welfare System Chapter 3: Cultural Competence Chapter 4: Understanding Families - Part I Chapter 5: Understanding Families - Part II Chapter 6: Understanding Children Chapter 7: Communicating as a CASA Chapter 8: Gathering Information Chapter 9: Reporting &…

Make A Financial Contribution

You Can Invest In A Child's Future!  We realize that not everyone can make the time commitment required to be a CASA volunteer, but you can still help. Please consider making a financial contribution to CASA that will directly support the abused and neglected children we advocate for. CLICK HERE to…

Become A Corporate Partner

How You Can Help CASA! Help defray the administrative costs associated with operating a CASA program. Provide in-kind printing, advertising, accounting or other services. Sponsor or purchase a table at a CASA fundraising event. Sponsor volunteer training sessions or provide materials for training. Promote employee volunteerism with CASA by posting…