What is “CASA”?
“Court appointed special advocate” all CASAs work on a volunteer basis. They are community members who have been trained to advocate for the best interest of a child who has been abused or neglected.
Who is a “CASA”?
Someone who has been trained to be the voice of a child who is in need. They also may be a retired teacher, bus driver, a clerk, or a receptionist.
To respond to the critical need for assuring a safe home for our community’s children. To be an advocate for the abused, neglected and dependent children in our court system. We recruit, screen, train and support community volunteers to advocate in the best interest of our children. We are affiliated with and under the direction of The Noble County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division.
How can I get involved?
Here are some ways to help:
- Volunteer to be a CASA and represent a child.
- Donate – 100 percent of all CASA funding comes from private grants and donations.
- Join – Ohio CASA members help support ongoing operations.
- Help us spread the word. Invite us to speak or bring a display to an event.