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2024 Summer | New CASA Pre-Service Training

Our pre-service training equips you to advocate powerfully and compassionately for abused/neglected children. It covers the child protection system, CASA volunteer role, trauma and resilience, cultural competence, system improvement, and more.

Before registering for the New CASA Pre-Service Training, complete a CASA Application, complete a thorough interview, pass background and screening, and submit the pre-work materials. If you have questions about the CASA Program or becoming a CASA volunteer, please email Hannah Wiltshire, CASA Program Director, at [email protected].

Thursday, May 30, 2024
Friday, May 31, 2024
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court
Training Room, 3rd Floor
9300 Quincy Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
Monday, June 3, 2024
Facilitated by CASA of Cuyahoga County via Zoom
Communicating with Children

Join us for a valuable Zoom session to enhance CASA volunteers’ communication skills with children and manage tough conversations. Deborah London, a dedicated CASA volunteer, will share effective techniques tailored to different ages. Learn to build stronger connections with the children you advocate for. Don’t miss this chance to grow as a CASA volunteer.

Crossover Youth Practice Model: The Intersection of Child Welfare & Juvenile Justice

The Crossover Youth Practice Model (CYPM) was created by the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform in 2010 to help at-risk youth who are caught between the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. The model is implemented by professionals to cater to the unique needs of maltreated children who are more prone to delinquent behavior. This session will discuss the CYPM implementation and professionals’ roles and review case studies and outcomes.

Thursday, August 22, 2024
Fairhill Partners – Adoption Network Training Room
12200 Fairhill Road, Floor A3
Cleveland, OH 44120