Become a CASA

The first step on your journey to becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate is to
download our application

Download this ODFJS Central Registry Request You need to fill out this form to request ODFJS to check your name against "Central Registry", a database that looks for any referrals or complaints about child abuse and neglect. Once you receive these results, please give them to the CASA office. You cannot be Sworn In as a CASA volunteer until these results are obtained. Because this process can take 6 weeks to process, please fill out this form ASAP.

GAL Annual Compliance Statement

Make sure you have turned in your compliance statement for this year. The Annual Compliance form is made available to you on our website for your convenience. Please click on the link and start filling out the PDF to register your annual compliance Annual Compliance Form

Become a GAL

To become a Guardian ad litem for the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court, attorneys must attend New Guardian ad Litem Training (pre-service training), which the Guardian ad Litem Project offers. New GAL Training will be announced shortly. We hold this training cooperatively with the Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court.

Once an attorney completes New Guardian ad Litem Training, the attorney must submit an
Attorney Information & Statement of Interest Form to the Guardian ad Litem Project.

216-443-3377 | info@cfadvocates.org | 9300 Quincy Avenue, Cleveland OH 44106

Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County Mission StatementChild and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County (CFACC) approaches child advocacy in a unique way. GALs and CASAs are assigned as partners to advocate for the best interests of the children in a family, whether one child or a sibling group. This dual representation enhances the quality of advocacy provided for children in the Juvenile Court. Both the CASA and GAL bring different skills and different perspectives; however, each has one common goal – providing the highest quality advocacy for the best interests of each child.

69 Days of Giving with Trevor Bauer

trevor-bauer.jpgCleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer is donating approximately $100,000 to different charities over the course of 69 days. He’s calling it 69 Days of Giving. For 68 days he’s donating $420.69 to a charity suggested by fans. On the 69th day, he’ll be donating $69,420.69 to a charity of his choice.

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We need to raise more community awareness of our organization and child advocacy efforts. Please help Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County raise awareness and get selected. We would be grateful for the awareness raised if selected on one of the days for $420.69. Being selected for the $69,420 donation would be a huge help to our organization. Please complete the short form on Trevor's website, share, tweet/retweet as much as possible, and ask your friends and family members to do the same.

Want to give back to the profession? Now is your chance!

Want to give back to the profession? Now is your chance! By serving on the Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County Board (CFACC).

Help lead Child & Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County into the future by nominating a colleague or yourself. Now more than ever, the Child & Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County’s work to support and inspire guardian ad litems, child advocates, and volunteers is critical.

Apply to serve on the 2018-2019 Child & Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County Board of Directors!  read more ...

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