Court Advocates

CASA CASA volunteers are Court Appointed Special Advocates for children appointed by a Judge. CASA volunteers are well-trained men and women who have the time, heart and commitment to listen to a child, investigate the situation and then report back to the Judge regarding the best interests of the child. Learn more > SAFE SAFE … Continue reading Court Advocates


What is SAFE? SAFE volunteers are Court Appointed Special Advocates for vulnerable adults. Adults are most often the elderly, but can also be developmentally disabled adults or any person who is incapable of, or needs assistance in, protecting his or her own interests. Our volunteers are appointed by a Judge. SAFE volunteers are well-trained men … Continue reading SAFE


WHAT IS A CASA? CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, and is a National Organization. CASA of Douglas County is a member of the National Organization, and required to meet their standards and criteria in order to remain a member in good standing. CASA of Douglas County serves the Ninth Judicial District of Nevada. … Continue reading CASA