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Schedule of trainings for 2019!

Franklin County         Starting April 2nd 2019, 8 weeks Tuesday at 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
April 2nd – ch 1 April 30 – ch 5   Swear In May 22 or 29
April 9th – ch 2 May 7 –   ch 6      
April 16 – ch 3 May 14 – Ch 7      
April 23 – ch 4 May 21 – ch 8      

 

Johnson County        Starting April 4th 2019, 8 weeks, thursday at 5:30pm to 9pm
April 4 – ch 1 May 2 – ch 5   Swear in: May 28
April 11 – ch 2 May 9 – ch 6      
April 18 – ch 3 May 16 – ch 7      
April 25 – ch 4 May 23 – ch 8      

 

Pope County                 Starting July 2019  Thursday  (Night Training)  5:30pm to 9pm
July 11th – ch 1 August 8 – ch 5   Swear In: September 9
July 18 – ch 2 August 15 – ch 6      
July 25 – ch 3 August 22 – ch 7      
August 1 – ch 4 August 29 – ch 8      

 

Johnson County         Starting July 8 2019  Monday  (Day Training)  1-4:30pm
July 8 – ch 1 August 5 – ch 5   Swear in: August 27
July 15 – ch 2 August 12 – ch 6      
July 22 – ch 3 August 19 – ch 7      
July 29 – ch 4 August 26 – ch 8      
Franklin county         Starting September 3, 2019 Night training  5pm to 8:30pm
September 30 – ch 1 October 28 – ch 5   Swearing In: November 20
October 7 – ch 2 November 4 – ch 6      
October 14 – ch 3 November 11 – ch 7      
October 21 – ch 4 November 18 –

ch 8

     

 

Johnson County        Starting October 1st. 2019  8 weeks Tuesday  5:30 to 9pm
October 1 – ch 1 October 29 – ch 5   Swearing in: November 26
October 8 – ch 2 November 5 – ch 6      
October 15 – ch 3 November 12 – ch 7      
October 22 – ch 4 November 19 – ch 8      

Please contact one of our offices today for further information!

Pope County 479-880-1195  casa5cw@suddenlinkmail.com

Johnson County 479-647-3293  arcasa5cw@suddenlinkmail.com

Franklin County 479-667-1010   FCCasa@CASA5d.com

New advocates receive 30 hours of training covering all aspects of their volunteer role, the courts and understanding families. Advocates will also have 6 hours of court observation before swearing-in.

sharon dodge

I Am For The Child
Circumstances in life prevented me from being able to become a foster parent to give back to the system that saved my life. When I learned about the work CASA does I knew it was the perfect way to give back. Since I started over two years ago I’ve had the privilege of being the voice for six children so far. It’s the greatest feeling in the world to get to know your child, make a recommendation to the court to make life better for them, and then to hear the judge order it so. BAM! You just made life better for your child. You are their Superhero in real life.

Sharon Dodge
CASA Volunteer

 I Am for the Child

“I was blessed to have parents who were healthy, loving, disciplined and worked to DSC_0256give me what I needed; that included an education. Many children in our community are not so blessed and they need someone who thinks that they are important and worthy of love and respect. As a CASA I can provide a relationship that is child centered and can assist others in providing a healthy, disciplined, loving environment for his/her growth. I think that is very important.”

Augusta Greco
CASA Advocate

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