P.O. Box 278383
(916) 875-6460

The goal of CASA Sacramento is to provide a trained advocate for every abused and neglected child in Sacramento who needs one. Its volunteers are the eyes and ears of the court, advocating on a one-to-one basis for the best interest of children in the Sacramento County foster care system.

CASA is a non-profit, Nationwide Organization that provides foster care children and their families with additional services by providing them with support through the toughest of times. CASA stands for: Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA advocates or volunteers are specially trained to work with foster care children to support them every step of the way inside and outside of court. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges in order to be a personal supporter of a defenseless child.

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How to Volunteer

In order to volunteer is a CASA advocate, you are required to go through an extensive interview and background check process as well as complete specialized training. First, you can begin filling out an application and submitting a biography to tell CASA a little bit about yourself. After submitting your application a CASA Representative will contact you with further instructions on when an interview can be scheduled as well as upcoming training dates. As your application is being reviewed a background check is also in process just to ensure that you are an appropriate fit for CASA.


If Donating your time by becoming a volunteer does not fit into your schedule there are other ways a person can help the CASA program. By sending money to Sacramento CASA P.O. Box 278383 Sacramento, CA 95827-8383, you can help support CASA volunteers and provide them with all the essentials tools in helping a foster care child. Any amount of money is sufficient in helping save a child's life.

"Every year, more than 5,000 foster children in Sacramento face fear and uncertainty as they wind their way through the legal system due to no fault of their own. Your donation will support the work we do as advocates to give these children a powerful voice in court" (CASA Sacramento, http://sacramentocasa.org/donate/).

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