Advocate Spotlight

Advocate of the Month

To all of our advocates: 
We thank you! We would like to recognize ALL of our advocates as the advocate of the month for December. By sacrificing and dedicating your time to the youth we serve, you continue to help our organization grow and make a difference in the lives of the children in Washington County! All of you continue to make great efforts to give back to children who, at no fault of their own, are going through a traumatic time in their lives. Most times, these youth are constantly experiencing many changes; whether it be a change in caseworker, therapist, or placement, YOU remain constant and consistent. Thank you all for making 2019 a great year and for bearing with us through all of the changes we have experienced with staffing and training.

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All volunteers are required to complete 12 hours of in-service training each year. Have you completed your in-service requirement for this year? Click the link below to check for any upcoming and self-directed trainings.

Advocate Resources

Click the link below to find helpful forms such as an interview guide and description of CASA program for all parties, CARE Fund Request Forms, etc.


To access Optima, please click the link below. If you need assistance, please contact your volunteer coordinator.