• CASA Kane County

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    Advocacy

    About Us

    CASA Kane County recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers who serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) for children in court due to abuse, neglect or private guardianship. They are appointed by the Juvenile and Probate Court Judges to be the Guardian ad Litem (GAL) for children under the age of 21. CASA/GAL volunteers spend time with the children, families, teachers, therapists, and medical professionals to collect information that helps the Judge make the best interest decision for a safe, caring and permanent home for each child. CASA Kane County's 300 active CASA/GAL volunteers advocate for nearly 600 children annually!

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    Jobs

    Administrative Assistant
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    General Description  The Administrative Assistant reports to the Deputy Director of Advocacy & Operations and is responsible for assisting in the preparation of administrative duties relating to CASA/GAL pre-service training, Advocate Education Plan (AEP), CASA University education and resource database, and CASA/GAL training and continuing education programming, preparation and coordination with ...read more
    Contact: Julie Hipp
    Phone:(630) 232-4484
    Fax:(630) 232-4562
    Advocate Supervisor
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    General Description:  The Advocate Supervisor provides professional support to CASA/GAL volunteers to ensure that children assigned to the CASA Kane County organization receive thorough advocacy and proactive permanency planning. He/she will be responsible for case assignment, planning, on-going advocacy direction and support to the CASA/GAL volunteers.              He/she will assist in the ...read more
    Contact: Maha McDiarmid
    Phone:(630) 232-4484
    Fax:(630) 232-4562

    Rep/Contact Info

    Ms. Julie Hipp
    Marketing Manager
    • Phone: (630) 232-4484
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