Yolo County CASA
Consider Becoming a CASA
Becoming a CASA volunteer is a powerful and rewarding experience. As a volunteer, you will be making a difference in the lives of our community's children. Past volunteers have characterized the experience as one of the best things they've ever done and Yolo County CASA always needs more volunteers.
A Court Appointed Special Advocate is a specially trained and supervised community volunteer, appointed by a judge. CASAs make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children by working with the parties and monitoring cases involving children in foster care. CASAs usually advocate for only one or two cases at a time, allowing ample time to gather thorough information. They build relationships with their "CASA" kids, spending time with them, gathering facts about their life so they can report back to the judge who can then make a much better decision as to what is best for the child.
For more information call (530) 661-4200.
Tan Orthodontics takes pride in being a longtime member of the Woodland community and they show their commitment every year by remembering our foster children during the holidays.
There's nothing like the Inn at Park Winters to allow people to step back a bit in time and enjoy festivities like our CASA Tea Party.
The Board of Directors of Yolo County CASA cordially invites you to Make a World of Difference to a Child! March 24, 2013, 5:00 p.m. Tickets available online or call 530-661-4200.
November 2012 - On behalf of Yolo County CASA I am proud to share with the Yolo County community a report on our progress. We have been working very hard to ensure that our focus is on providing the best possible support to our advocates as they provide such wonderful compassionate care to the children they serve.