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CASA Volunteer Training
Our next CASA training will be held in September, 2015
About LACASA’s Court Appointed Special Advocate Program
Our CASA program is part of the national Court Appointed Special Advocates for children organization. CASA volunteers are ordinary citizens, specially trained and appointed by Family Court judges.
Volunteers for LACASA-CASA serve as the voice for children who are in the foster care or family court system in Livingston County. This is a unique opportunity to help vulnerable children in our community.
Training programs for CASA are held twice a year in the Winter and Fall. Watch our website and Facebook pages for training dates.
The LACASA-CASA program is directed by Sara Applegate, J.D., who leads the CASA volunteer training program and provides ongoing support, supervision, and advanced training.
If you are interested in making a positive impact in the life of an abused and neglected child, please contact Sara at 517-548-1350 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.