CASA volunteers wear many hats.
Visitors develop an informal one-on-one relationship with the child, providing explanations of the complex court and child welfare systems with attention, and support.
Researchers engage in comprehensive investigations that include conducting personal interviews with family members and professionals involved with the child. Reviewing the child's records, documents and clinical data.
Reporters are responsible for providing the court with written reports for each hearing.
Facilitators help with communication between the court, social workers, attorneys, therapists, teachers, etc., to ensure that all parties fulfill their obligations to the child in a timely manner.
Monitors are responsible for monitoring all court orders to ensure compliance by all parties and inform the court of any changes in the child’s status that require modification of the court order.