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What Does It Take To Become A CASA?
CASA of Los Angeles trains new volunteers several times a year in its Monterey Park and Lancaster offices. Prior to being accepted into the CASA training program, prospective volunteers must attend an orientation session in Monterey Park or Lancaster, submit an application and be interviewed by CASA staff. A security clearance and fingerprints are required. The volunteer must be at least 25 years of age and willing to make a 2-year commitment to the program. The pre-service training consists of 36 hours on topics including: the dependency court process, laws governing dependent children, the department of children and family services, family dynamics, child development, cultural awareness, information gathering and report writing. There is an especially urgent need for African American, Hispanic, bi-lingual (English/Spanish), and male volunteers.
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"Dancing Puppets" by Nancy Artis
2005 – 3rd Place Professional

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