CASA of NH Volunteer Advocate with Child on Steps

CASA volunteers are ordinary
people doing extraordinary
things for children


Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire provides a voice for children and youth who have experienced abuse and neglect by empowering a statewide network of trained volunteers to advocate on their behalf so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.

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Start your journey to become a CASA volunteer advocate by submitting an application. Check our upcoming training schedule and click to apply.

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FY 2023 By the Numbers


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Our Advocates Provide

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A CASA volunteer advocate helps ensure a child is in a safe environment through monthly meetings with the child and regular contact with important people in his or her life. The CASA works with a team of people to help secure necessary services for the child’s well-being.


The CASA volunteer advocate provides a consistent, stable relationship throughout the case. They are someone the child can depend on when things like their living arrangements and school placements and other people in their lives are changing.

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A CASA volunteer advocate makes qualified, unbiased recommendations to the court to assist in achieving in a safe and permanent placement for the child.


CASA of New Hampshire meets every child and family where they are, learning and advocating from a position of respect and curiosity. Read our full diversity statement.

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