“The rural court in Cripple Creek is small and exudes a caring attitude toward the children it serves. The court also openly shows its appreciation for the professionalism and time CASA volunteers give.” – Volunteer, Mary Hocevar
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED IN TELLER COUNTY
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers speak up for the rights and well-being of abused and neglected children. CASA volunteers help ensure the needs of kids in the foster care system are heard—in the community and in the courtroom. As a CASA volunteer you will not only bring positive change to the lives of these vulnerable children, but also their children and generations to come. And in doing so, you will enrich your life as well.
Volunteer Training in Teller begins September 29:
- Friday 9-29-17 – Hours: 10am-6pm Woodland Park Library,218 E Midland Ave, Woodland Park
- Saturday 9-30-17 – Hours: 10am-4pm Woodland Park Library
- Friday 10-6-17 – Hours: 9am-5pm Peoples Bank, 651 S Scott Ave, Woodland Park
- Saturday 10-7-17 – Hours: 10am-4pm Woodland Park Library
Note: Training options are flexible. If you are interested, please call us and we will work with you to accommodate your schedule.
Application deadline is Once we have received your application we will review it and call you to set up an in-person interview. All CASA volunteer candidates must complete a thorough screening and background check.
For more information contact Uriko Stout, 719-447-9898 x1060.