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Children and youth with a CASA volunteer are more likely to…

  • Receive needed services in a timely manner

  • Be enrolled in the appropriate educational setting

  • Participate in extracurricular activities

  • Have long-term connections to siblings, relatives, or other support people

  • Be on track to graduate high school on time

  • Enroll in post secondary education

  • Be placed in a permanent home sooner than children without a CASA volunteer

Five key actions of a CASA volunteer

  • Advocate: Speak up for the best interest of a child

  • Support: Provide a stable and caring relationship

  • Investigate: Gather important information about situations in the life of the child

  • Report: Organize and present details to a judge and caregiver team

  • Recommend: Offer ideas for improvement in the best interest of the child

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