Member in good standing with the National CASA Association and Michigan CASA Association.
All CASA Volunteer Advocates
- Complete an application and interview process
- Pass a complete criminal and personal background check
- Fully participate in 30 hours of pre-service training and court observations
- Have sufficient time to visit appointed child(ren) every 7 to 10 days
- Access to a computer for remote visits, e-mail for communication, completing court reports
New CASA Volunteer Advocate applications now being accepted!
Our Court Appointed Special Advocate Volunteer Program is generously supported by Victim of Crimes Act (VOCA) funding.
For more information about Crime Victims Services in Michigan, click here.
Assistance for victims may also be available through our office, please contact our CASA Advocate Supervisor for more information.
The publication/program exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Justice or the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. This project VOCA Targeted Victim Services-2019 was supported by Crime Victim Assistance Grant Award CVA# 31546-2V17 awarded to the CASA-The Voice for Clinton County's Children by the Crime Victim Services Commission, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The grant award of $ 154,925.00 (80% of the project or 95% for tribal projects, comes from Federal Crime Victims Fund, established by the Victims of Crime Act of 1984. The CASA-The Voice for Clinton County's Children provides the required match by the use of volunteers of volunteer hours valued at $30,985.00.