Give a Child a Voice
CASA of the Continental Divide is a nonprofit organization that trains and supervises volunteers who advocate for and represent the best interests of victims of child abuse, neglect, and severe domestic conflict.
CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court and in the community. As a CASA Volunteer you help ensure that children are placed in safe, loving homes where they can thrive.
Volunteer Training – Apply to Attend
Thank you for your interest in being a CASA/GAL volunteer! All volunteer advocates receive at least 30 hours of training before they are assigned a case. Training provides the volunteer with much needed information about the standards for handling a case. Training also is a wonderful opportunity to network with other volunteers, while learning about the needs of children and families in our community.
How to Apply
The CASA volunteer application must be completed on-line. Please review the instructions for completion prior to beginning your application.
Please apply here: CASA Volunteer Application
Please gather the necessary information listed below prior to beginning the online application. You will not be able to save the volunteer application and return at a later time to finish.
Once you have all your information at your fingertips, click on the Volunteer Application link above to complete the volunteer application.
1. Volunteer Experience: Names of Organizations- Names of Supervisors-Dates of Volunteerism- Responsibilities
2. Employment History for past five years: Name of Organizations-Titles-Responsibilities- Supervisor Names- Work Hours- Addresses- Phone Numbers-Dates of Employment
3. Motor Vehicle ID and Insurance Information
4. Three References: Names- Mailing Addresses- Phone Numbers- Email Addresses
Upcoming Training Dates – Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteer Trainings
Our Next Training Begins on July 31, 2018
Traditional Learning students use the National CASA training manual and participate in 8 in-person sessions taught by CASA of the Continental Divide staff, trained CASA volunteers & Child Welfare/Human Services professionals from the community and then observe two Dependency & Neglect CASA court hearings over a 8-week period of time.
All in-person training sessions are held at 330 Fiedler Ave. Ste. 101 in Dillon, CO. 80435.