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Our Mission:
CASA of the Continental Divide's court-appointed trained volunteers advocate in court for the best interest of children who are victims of abuse and neglect in the 5th Judicial District of Colorado (Clear Creek, Eagle, Lake, and Summit counties) in order to find them safe and permanent homes as soon as possible.


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Next CASA Volunteer Training begins April 26, 2014!

Each training is limited to a maximum of 9 participants to support group participants, allow for space and time to practice skills being learned, and allow staff and trainees to get to know each other. 

Because trainings are limited in size and fill up quickly, we encourage prospective volunteers to meet with one of the CASACD staff well in advance of the listed start date. Once a prospective participant has met with the CASACD advocate manager, the participant will be asked to make a commitment to attend all training sessions.

If you are interested and would like more information, call the CASACD office at 970-513-9390To fill out an application online now, click here.
 


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From all of us at CASA of the Continental Divide, thank you for your support!