Twenty-two new CASA volunteers were sworn in by Judge Frank Sullivan on Friday, February 15th. These indivdiuals completed 3-weeks of training and are now assigned to advocate for the best interest of 49 children in foster care. Welcome!

Also in attendance was Judge Charles Hoskin and Judge Matthew Harter, Judge Rena Hughes, Juvenile Hearing Master Margaret Pickard and Family Court Administrator, Leonard Cash.

CASAs of the Month: January & February

Our CASA Program is aligned with National CASA. National CASA updated the training curriculum in 2017 and trained the trainers throughout 2018. The Nevada CASA Program hosted 20+ CASA Programs throughout the country over 3-days at United Way and the new curriculum was rolled out in January 2019. 

This new curriculum includes 30 hours of classroom training in addition to chapter pre-work requirements and working on sample casestudies during class. Our Program is planning to roll out a 2nd training option that includes online training in addition to classroom training called Flex training. Both types of training requires commitment, participation and responsibility that better prepares CASA volunteers for their work in advocating for the best interest of their assigned child(ren) in foster care. Currently, all 2019 training sessions are scheduled at the Clark County Government Center. For more information, call 702-455-4306 or send us an email

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Are you interested in becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer assigned to advocate for the best interest of a child in foster care? We need your help! Call today!
The CASA Program holds orientations every month. The next orientation is scheduled on Wednesday, March 20th at 6 pm at the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89155.  MAP

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers provide advocacy for children who have been abused and neglected so that children can thrive in safe and permanent homes.