Georgia CASA Presents:
What Every CASA Volunteer Needs to Know About DFCS Policy and Practice
The training will provide participants with an overview of DFCS policy and practice with an emphasis on how CASA volunteers can use policy in their ongoing advocacy efforts.Common practice areas including diversion, protective orders, PUP funds, permanency roundtables, family team meetings, and after care services will be discussed. Learn more about diligent search, relative subsidies, independent living, and extending care after the age of 18.
Presented by Amanda Camp,
Executive Director, Carroll County CASA
Tuesday, June 1st 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Conyers Shrine Club
1988 Flat Shoals Road
Conyers, Georgia 30013
A light lunch will be provided beginning at 12:30 p.m.
You can submit questions in advance and RSVP to Ali Darden at email@example.com by April 28th.
Seating is limited to 50. Attendance is open to all CASA staff and volunteers.
If you plan to attend this event, please let you Volunteer Coordinator know so that they can document your in-service hours and if there are enough people we can establish a carpool.