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What does CASA mean?

CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate.  This is a special appointment by a judge that grants a Special Advocate powers as an Office of the Court for a specific child.

What do CASA Volunteers do?

A Special Advocate volunteer gathers information from everyone involved in a child's daily life, including members of the child's family, foster parents, teachers, lawyers, social workers, and other relevant persons.

Then, they report to a judge in order to advocate for the child's best interests.

Who can be a CASA Volunteer?

Special Advocates come from all walks of life and bring with them experience and knowledge.

What are the volunteer expectations to become a Special Advocate?

  • Have the desire, patience and heart to work with children and families going through a tumultuous time.

  • Complete 30 hours of training.

  • Go through a criminal background check and interview process

  • Dedicate 1 hour weekly to advocating for the youth.

  • Be over the age of 21

Are there other ways I could volunteer?

CASA of St. Croix County needs help with:

  • Marketing

Career Information

Now hiring for a Volunteer Advocate Coordinator

To apply send your cover letter and resume to

Sean Kinsella at

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