Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Baltimore

(CASA) Court Appointed Special Advocates are volunteers who are appointed by a judge. These volunteers ensure that their assigned child's educational, medical, social service and mental health needs are understood and represented. The CASA volunteer is given the authority by the court to provide vital advocacy and attention to an individual child. They ensure the court hears what is in the child's best interest, and that these children have hope for the future.

Type(s) of Youth Work

Juvenile Justice

Age Group(s) Supported

All age groups