FAQ

  1. HOW DOES THE ROLE OF A CASA DIFFER FROM AN ATTORNEY?
  2. HOW DOES A CASA INVESTIGATE A CASE?
  3. HOW DOES A CASA DIFFER FROM A LUCAS COUNTY CHILDREN SERVICE’S (LCCS) CASEWORKER?
  4. WHAT IS A CASA/GAL?
  5. WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE CASA/GAL?
  6. IS THERE A “TYPICAL” CASA?
  7. CAN ANYONE BE A CASA?
  8. HOW MANY CASES ON AVERAGE DOES A CASA CARRY AT A TIME?
  9. WHAT TRAINING DOES A CASA RECEIVE?
  10. HOW DOES THE CASA RELATE TO THE CHILD HE/SHE REPRESENTS?
  11. HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT REQUIRE?
  12. HOW LONG DOES A CASA REMAIN WITH A CASE?
  13. ARE THERE ANY OTHER AGENCIES OR GROUPS THAT PROVIDE THE SAME SERVICE?
  14. WHICH CHILDREN ARE ASSIGNED A CASA?
  15. HOW DID THE CASA PROGRAM GET STARTED?
  16. HOW IS THE CASA PROGRAM FUNDED?
  17. HOW MANY CASA PROGRAMS ARE THERE?
  18. HOW EFFECTIVE HAVE CASA PROGRAMS BEEN?
  19. DO LAWYERS, JUDGES AND SOCIAL SERVICE CASEWORKERS SUPPORT CASA?
  20. DOES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT CASA?
  21. WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE NATIONAL CASA ASSOCIATION?
  22. HOW CAN I GET A CASA/GAL FOR MY DIVORCE CASE?

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