The terrible stories we hear in the news about little children should make all of us stop and think, “What could I have done to have helped prevent this tragedy?”
For people who want to make a big difference in the life of vulnerable kids but lack the time and intense commitment to become foster parents – a noble calling that everyone should consider – there’s the option of becoming a court-appointed special advocate.
CASA volunteers stand by children through court-proceedings to protect their rights and ensure that they have safe, permanent homes.CASA Corridor serves abused/neglected children who are before the juvenile courts of McMinn, Meigs and Rhea Counties through no fault of their own. If you would like to make a positive difference in a child’s life by advocating for their best interest you should call us today.
CASA Corridor will start new advocate training on May 15, 2017. The classes will begin at 5:30 pm and end at 7:30pm, one or possible two nights a week. The length of the training session is 6 weeks. The classes are open to citizens of McMinn, Meigs, and Rhea Counties. These classes will be held in Decatur at our satellite office. Contact Frances Witt-McMahan to get more information at 423.746.9037 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org