On Thursday, February 21st, 16 new CASA volunteers were sworn in by Judge Stephen Howard at the Larimer County Justice Center. Many families and friends were present as these individuals took an oath to serve some of our community’s most vulnerable children. After completing a preference sheet identifying what type of case they would like to take on, CASAs meet with their assigned Case Supervisor to choose a case and then begin the important work of familiarizing themselves with the case and the other members of the treatment team. “We are off to a great start towards this year’s goal of increasing the number of active CASA volunteers to 150”, says Program Director, Jen Ryan. “This group has a lot of energy, and I’m impressed at how quickly they’ve taken on case assignments.” Last year, our incredible team of CASAs documented more than 6,000 hours of service.
Congratulations and thank you to our newest group of volunteers. Welcome!