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Welcome To

CASA EdU is the learning center for our organization offering education, resources and development to our CASA/GAL volunteers, staff and Board leadership.

Our education content is available through various modes to help meet different learning styles.

Thank you for choosing CASA Kane County, as we know there are many wonderful nonprofit organizations in our community and we are grateful you are choosing to be the difference maker for our youth and community.

To comply with state and national CASA standards, all volunteers must complete all Compliance coursework annually, which will earn you 4 continuing education credits.

As a CASA/GAL Volunteer, you are required to earn a minimum of 12 continuing education credits annually.

Access additional information to better understand the laws and court processes that shape CASA Kane County’s role in the courtroom.

Give us a call or send an email with any questions you might have.

Updates on how we are moving forward in regards to COVID-19

We provide you help and resources with SupportLinc, which offers confidential and professional support.

Answers to commonly asked questions, organized all in one place for your convenience.

Going over and beyond to help bridge the needed resources in healthcare, education, and transportation.

Youth transitioning out of the foster care system to independent living.

Our case management system begins and ends with Optima, a comprehensive online database used by staff and volunteers.

Resources help assist with questions ranging from Education to Healthcare to Abuse issues.

Please login to view the CASA EdU Site
and access your courses

 

 


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