Advance your career and contribute to your community as a key member of a professional, non-profit team focused on protecting neglected and abused children.  Read more

We are You. “I am for the child who has been abused, the child who is afraid to go home; who thinks its her fault, who is forced to keep a secret… or else. Read more

CASA’s pre-service training to become a volunteer Guardian ad Litem builds your skill foundation by blending on-line and in-person coursework to suit different schedules and learning styles.  Join us for a NEW session of the online FLEX Training!

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30 + Compassionate Professionals Head to Winter Training
January 26th, 2015

Can you Moodle? Temps are cold but hearts are warm and minds are eager to learn the basics of becoming a GAL for CASA.  More than 30 people have begun the process to become champions for Franklin County children in Winter Session Training… Read More


Go Bucks!
January 14th, 2015

Congratulations to The Ohio State Buckeyes, National Champions and CASA supporters!  We are proud and grateful to be your partner in supporting neglected and abused children in Franklin County.  OSU and our Buckeyes demonstrate that persistence, good guidance and working with a committed strong team can make the difference in determining the future. Thank you for showing us all how to do it and for your 2015 contribution to the CASA team.  Go Bucks!


Events

CASA in Action: Voice of a Child Tours

Check out CASA in the Courts and learn more about protecting Franklin County children.
2015 CASA Tour dates:
February 19, 9:30am – 11:00am
March 19, 9:30-11:00 am
April 16, 9:30-11:00 am

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GAL FLEX Training Starts January 19, 2015

Online training will start on January 19, 2015. The online portion is self paced and interactive; the online portions are paired with three in-person training sessions. Read More


Spring GAL Flex Training begins April 6, 2015

Application deadline: Friday, March 27 2015 ** Apply online HERE and/or email Suzanne Barker for more information: sbarker@casacolumbus.org

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