A CASA volunteer is matched to a case based on priority of need and when the child or sibling group enters the system. Consideration is also given to any special experiences or skills the volunteer may have. Because the age, gender, and circumstances of cases are constantly in flux, CASAs must be flexible and open-minded with regard to case assignment.
Each CASA volunteer is assigned to a Voices for Children Advocacy Supervisor, with whom they can confer and consult at any time during the case. Advocacy Supervisors provide guidance and support to their CASAs as they advocate on behalf of their case children and prepare written reports for the Court.