Family Law CASA Volunteer Advocates



Start Date


End Date


Time Commitment

A few hours per week


One-time only


Family Law CASA
810 3rd Avenue
Suite 700
United States


Be a voice in court for a child  

New Volunteer Advocate Training:october 19 & 20, 2018 

Experience what it feels like to make a powerful difference in the life of a child.

You can help a child in a way that works with your schedule, your budget & your heart.          

Community Volunteers Help Children Find Safety in the midst of high-risk, high-conflict custody disputes.

•     There is no other service available for these children; CASA fills a gap in service for atrisk children

•     Volunteers like you come from a wide range of personal and professional backgrounds

•     Cases include concerns of domestic violence, addiction, mental illness and other safety issues

•     We serve local children 0-17 years old in King County from lower-income families

•     Children are not in foster care; they have no social worker monitoring their safety

•     Volunteers receive all necessary training as well as multi-level support at each step of the volunteer experience and a sense of community through social events and seminars.

•     Volunteer advocates require 21 hours of initial training and an average of 60 hours over 6-9 months conducting an investigation and writing reports. Initial training is available four times per year.

Help a Child Find Safety 

Go to and read all about volunteer advocates and signup today online. Questions: contact 206-748-9700 or  Family Law CASA offices are located in downtown Seattle in the Central Building on Third Avenue between Columbia and Marion, 810 Third Avenue, Suite 700, Seattle, WA 98104

“My favorite part about being an advocate is knowing the work we do is having a real impact on the life of children,” Charlene, Court Appointed Special Advocate.


“I love helping the children – being their voice to help tell their story,” Gordon, Court Appointed Special Advocate. 




  • Training Provided