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CASA Volunteers

Thurston County CASA Volunteers speak up for abused and neglected children who are in the dependencyCASA Volunteers - Photos court system. Thoroughly trained and appointed by a judge, CASA’s investigate a child’s history, facilitate communication between systems, and advocate for a safe, permanent home for the children they represent.

In 2007 the Washington State Legislature allocated more money to CASA programs across the state. This allowed Thurston County’s Program to expand to recruit, train and support more volunteers to ultimately serve more dependent children. The current staff consists of four full time employees, including the Program Coordinator, two Case Coordinators and a Senior Office Assistant.

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Interested in Volunteering?

Thurston County CASA offers extensive pre-service training three times per year. If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting and meaningful volunteer opportunity please contact the CASA office at (360) 709-3137.