Welcome to the Clayton County website that offers information about the program to become a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). Use this site as your tool to learn more about advocacy programs and services that serve the needs of abused, neglected, and abandoned children in our community.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to speak up for the best interests of children involved in juvenile court deprivation proceedings. The ultimate goal of a CASA volunteer is to help make sure the child has a safe, permanent home as quickly as possible!
After completing 40 hours of classroom training and courtroom observations, CASA volunteers are sworn in by a juvenile court judge to provide an independent voice for children who are brought into the court. They work to learn about the child’s needs and make recommendations that will help the judge make far-reaching decisions that affect the child’s future.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), or would like more information on our comprehensive volunteer training program, please click here or call 678-610-1061.
Interested in Volunteer Training?
Applications are currently being accepted for volunteer positions. If you or anyone you know is interested in volunteer opportunities please contact our Training Supervisor, Debbie Stinson, at 678-610-1061. Click on the links at the left for detailed information on the training schedule, as well as instructions on how to apply for volunteer opportunities.
Capital Day February 9th 2016
located at 2 Martin Luther King Jr Drive Atlanta, Georgia
in the Floyd Building across from the Capital
9:30 AM Welcome and Legislative Briefing
10:30 AM Group Photo and Capital Visit
11:45 AM Drop in Luncheon
1:5 PM Capital Visit
Contact your CASA Supervisor today for more information regarding CASA Day @ Capitol and to RSVP for luncheon before 1/31/2016 678-610-1061