If you’re serious about forming a CASA program, you need a steering committee.
In conjunction with judicial and community support, a CASA program needs a small, effective community team or steering committee to guide and coordinate the efforts of caring and supportive individuals. This team performs the detailed work that builds the program’s foundation.
Team members should possess a variety of skills, contacts and access to community resources. The team needs at least one person with knowledge of the legal system plus members with business and financial connections and others with political and government contacts. To learn the next steps in going forward, click here.