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Be the Difference. Be a CASA.

Hosted by: Bitterroot CASA


Ongoing Opportunity


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Allison Dunne

About Be the Difference. Be a CASA.


Becoming a CASA can be a fulfilling experience. A CASA is a court appointed special advocate.
CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court and other settings. The CASA stays on the case until completion, therefore the time commitment can vary. To find out more contact us today at and CHAT for Inquiry or fill out the application on-line.

Application Process

BCASA will email an application to interested individuals. You can request an application on our web site, or call our office 961-4535. Once the completed application is returned, an interview will be scheduled.

​​The applicant will be interviewed by program staff to determine the applicant’s willingness, ability, and appropriateness to perform the roles and duties of a CASA. Qualified applicants will be invited to attend the next training program.

Applicants who are accepted into training must submit the following:

An FBI/DOJ background check

Three positive references

A statement of auto liability coverage*
*must be updated annually

We're looking for volunteers who:

Care about:

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    Substance Abuse Prevention
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    Social Justice
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    Women's Issues
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    Health and Wellness
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    Community Advocacy

Are a skilled:

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  • Mentor

Are interested in:

  • Art design
    Art & Design
  • Fun games
    Fun & Games
  • Music
  • Reading writing
    Reading & Writing
  • Gardening
  • Sports
  • The outdoors
    The Outdoors

We need volunteers to help with:

Board of Directors

February 28, 2020 12:00am 12:00am
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We are encouraging application from individuals in the north valley and south valley to ensure all of Ravalli County is represented.
The BCASA program is committed to inclusiveness and diversity as essential values. It demonstrates these qualities in its own operation and promotes them in its governance, management and quality advocacy for the abused and neglected children it serves.
The program engages individuals and agencies who can:
1. Help the program identify and understand the needs of all children served.
2. Identify the actions the program can take to address these needs in governance, recruitment, cultural competency education and training, supervision, retention, evaluation and advocacy.
Addressing inclusiveness and diversity are part of the organizational strategic plan for governing body, staff and volunteers.
a. The plan includes measurable action steps which are reviewed at least once per year.
b. The plan is revised every four years.
c. The local program engages in reciprocal relations with its state organization around issues of diversity and inclusion.

Public Relations

February 28, 2020 12:00am 12:00am
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Work with staff and other volunteers to create community awareness about child abuse prevention and positive child and youth development. Table at community events, or create or facilitate our social marketing on line and share our story.
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