Volunteer for a Child in Teller County!
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region is seeking volunteers for the Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time (SEPT) Program in Divide & Cripple Creek.
Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time is a family-focused service that provides a safe place for parents and children to build positive relationships.
CASA’s Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time Program (SEPT) protects children from witnessing parental disputes and keeps them out of the middle of family conflict. Trained volunteers oversee the visits and transfers of children from one parent to another during custody or domestic violence cases.
SEPT Services take place in with two Teller County locations:
1) Community Partnership Family Resource Center in Divide
2) The Aspen Mine Center in Cripple Creek.
- Volunteers must be at least 18 with no felony convictions
- No special experience is necessary – training provided
- Commit to serve 2-3 sessions each month (7-12 hours)
- Download the training schedule
Contact Kelly at 719-447-9898 x1033 or contact us
Learn more about SEPT:
- A Safe Place to Bond: The Value of Supervised Visits
- Why Taylor Moore chose to get involved with SEPT
- Crystal Karr: I was a daddy’s girl and I Thought He’d Never Hurt Me