Juneau CASA Program
Juneau CASA has been serving children and youth since 1999. We hope to expand our efforts to serve families throughout Southeast Alaska.
Who We Serve
We believe that every child in Alaska's child welfare system who needs a CASA volunteer should have a CASA volunteer.
In 2021, the Juneau CASA program served 19 children/youth, from infants to 18 year-olds. A little more than half of children/youth served were male, and 58% were Alaska Native/Native American.
“It is about the children and being with them and helping ensure that they get their needs met and have somebody advocating for them because of all the other stuff going on. I'm gonna be [like] a dog with a bone to make sure that somebody hears that [the child has] a need.”
-Juneau CASA Volunteer
In 2021, there were 11 active Juneau CASA volunteers ranging from young professionals to stay at home parents to retirees. It is our goal to honor the unique history and culture of each child, and as such, we seek CASA volunteers from diverse backgrounds.
If you or someone you know would make a good Juneau CASA volunteer, contact us today!
Training and Continuing Education
Juneau CASA Pre-Service Training
If not listed in our events calendar, please contact the Fairbanks CASA office for event details on our next pre-service training.
Continuing Education and Community Engagement
Contact the Fairbanks CASA office for details on continuing education and community engagement opportunities.