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“Challenge the difficult calls that are made in the lives of Arizona foster children.”

– Bruce Arians
Head Coach, Arizona Cardinals

Every year thousands of Arizona’s children are removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. Since 2010 the number of children in Arizona’s foster care system has risen dramatically, putting an extra burden on everyone involved in the case. Judges are often forced to make difficult, life-changing decisions with information that is incomplete or inadequate.

That’s where you step in as a CASA volunteer and take up the

RED FLAG CHALLENGE

Every year thousands of Arizona’s children are removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. Since 2010 the number of children in Arizona’s foster care system has risen dramatically, putting an extra burden on everyone involved in the case. Judges are often forced to make difficult, life-changing decisions with information that is incomplete or inadequate.

That’s where you step in as a CASA volunteer and take up the

RED FLAG CHALLENGE

What is a CASA?

As a CASA volunteer you will get free, comprehensive training that will empower you to help a foster child with their court case.  You will be a consistent presence in the life of the foster child you represent. Additionally, you will have access to all the case information.  Your role is to combine the case history with your own observations to make recommendations for what should happen in the future.  It typically takes 2-5 hours per week to help a child as a CASA volunteer.

What is a CASA?

As a CASA volunteer you will get free, comprehensive training that will empower you to help a foster child with their court case.  You will be a consistent presence in the life of the foster child you represent. Additionally, you will have access to all the case information.  Your role is to combine the case history with your own observations to make recommendations for what should happen in the future.  It typically takes 2-5 hours per week to help a child as a CASA volunteer.

As a CASA, you will have a huge impact on the children you serve!  Your actions will help a child spend less time in care and receive more targeted services.

As a CASA, you will have a huge impact on the children you serve!  Your actions will help a child spend less time in care and receive more targeted services.

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS

Do you have what it takes?

To become a CASA volunteer you must:

  • Be able to read, write and speak English
  • Be 21 years of age or older
  • Be a U.S. citizen and permanent resident
  • Pass a background check and polygraph exam
  • Complete the pre-service training
  • Commit to dedicating the required time to change a child’s life

4TH AND GOAL

Go for it!

Children in Arizona need a consistent coach and advocate to speak up for their best interests in court and in the community.

Sign up to learn more!

          

4TH AND GOAL

Go for it!

Children in Arizona need a consistent coach and advocate to speak up for their best interests in court and in the community.

Sign up to learn more!

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