Court Appointed Special Advocates of Monterey County (CASA) serves as a voice for some of our most vulnerable foster children. A CASA is a trained community volunteer who has the opportunity to broadly influence the life of a foster child by advocating across many important life issues, including permanent placement, health care, education, and enrichment activities. Many more children can thrive with the intensive intervention of a CASA volunteer, and this is how you can help.
The first step toward becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate is attending an information session. Join us for an hour to learn how you can make a much needed difference in the life of a foster child. No specific education background is necessary, as we offer a comprehensive training course for all potential advocates before they are paired with children.
For more information, contact Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (831) 455-6800, ext 31