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Join a CASA Board.

Help guide a CASA program's long-term planning and vision.

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs recruit, train, and supervise volunteers who are appointed by judges to provide information and make recommendations to the court about what is in the best interest of children who have experienced abuse or neglect. Board members are an essential part of a CASA program, as they help guide the organization's long-term planning and vision. It is important for CASA programs to have board members who represent their communities, have diverse skill sets, and are dedicated to the CASA mission.

We encourage you to submit an inquiry to become a CASA board member - either for the Kentucky CASA Network or for a local CASA program. Please note that not all CASA programs are currently accepting applications for new board members. However, your information will be passed on to the CASA program and they will follow up with any additional information.

Submit your inquiry about becoming a CASA board member

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