With a mandate from the Fairfax juvenile court to recruit and train a volunteer for every case of abuse and neglect that enters the system, Fairfax CASA has a big responsibility to train volunteers year-round. Do you have what it takes to become a CASA volunteer? The first step is to attend an information session and learn more.
Dale Voz A un Niño
Abused and neglected children from Fairfax County’s Hispanic/Latino community face a real disadvantage. There are not enough Spanish speaking CASA volunteers to ensure that these boys and girls receive the same care and service as other child victims of abuse. If you are bilingual and have the time to devote to CASA volunteering, please join us for the next information session.
“A message from Laura Bush”
The CASA volunteer is often the one consistent adult in the life of an abused or neglected child, helping protect that child’s fundamental right to be safe, to be treated with dignity, and to learn and grow in the safe embrace of a loving family.