Can anyone be a CASA volunteer?
Specialized background is not required. Volunteers are screened closely for objectivity, competence, and commitment. Indiana statute requires that volunteers be 21 years of age and locally, the ability to pass a background check and drug screen are also required to become a CASA volunteer.

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1. Are CASA Programs Known By Other Names?
2. Are there any other agencies or groups which provide the same service?
3. Can anyone be a CASA volunteer?
4. Do lawyers, judges, and social workers support CASA?
5. How does a CASA volunteer differ from a Department of Child Services Family Case Manager?
6. How does a CASA volunteer investigate a case?
7. How does the CASA volunteer relate to the child he or she represents?
8. How does the role of a CASA volunteer differ from an attorney?
9. How effective are CASA Programs?
10. How is the program regarded locally?
11. How long does a CASA volunteer remain involved with a case?
12. How many CASA Programs are there nationally?
13. How many cases on average does a CASA volunteer carry at a time?
14. How much time does a case require?
15. What is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)?
16. What is the CASA volunteer's role?
17. What is the role of the National CASA Association?
18. What training does a CASA volunteer receive?
19. Who is the "typical" CASA volunteer?