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Advocate for an abused or neglected child


As a court-appointed special advocate, volunteers receive in-depth training to advocate in court and in the community for the needs and rights of children in foster care. These volunteers report to the court in the best interest of the child. CASA volunteers come from all walks of life and professions and have one thing in common: they care about children.


CASA volunteers complete a 30-hour pre-service training; we work around the volunteer's schedule to help them complete this. Once they are assigned to a case, they can expect to spend an average of about 6-10 hours a month getting to know the child, gathering information, exploring resources to meet the child’s needs, representing the child in court and writing reports. Volunteers receive ongoing education and support from their local program as well as from the National CASA Association.

You must pass a background check, participate in a 30-hour pre-service training course and agree to stay with a case until it is closed (a year and a half on average). Read more about the requirements and role of being a CASA volunteer.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer advocate or would like more information please give us a call at 402-563-4944 or Email us at:

Interested in helping children but not ready to commit to becoming a volunteer advocate? Learn about other volunteer opportunities by calling Susie or Lisa at (402)563-4944

CASA Connection provides equal volunteer opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, military status, or military veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. In addition, CASA Connection agrees to provide a volunteer environment that is free of unlawful harassment of any kind, including that which is sexual, age-related, or ethnic when the volunteer environment is within CASA’s control.


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