CASA Coffee: Working with Incarcerated Parents

Franklin County CASA Office 80A North Oak Street, Union

Communicating with and engaging incarcerated parents can be challenging. I encourage volunteers who have incarcerated parents on their case, to join this discussion to share are learn from your peers. RSVP to casaashley@yhti.net by 8/2/21.

MOCASA Webinar: MPACT Training Part 1: Understanding the IEP Process

Zoom

MOCASA is partnering with Missouri Parents Act(MPACT) to offer a webinar series to CASA staff, board, and volunteers on the many layers of educational advocacy. Join us for Part 1 -Understanding the IEP Process on August 25from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. The series will be facilitated by Kristin Lovin, Regional Coordinator, MPACT. Registration coming soon. Save… Read More »MOCASA Webinar: MPACT Training Part 1: Understanding the IEP Process

National CASA Webinar: Children and Families of Tribal Nations: Effective Engagement with Tribes to Secure Best Outcomes

Zoom

The third in a three part ICWA series. Learning Objectives: As a result of attending this training, participants will: o Recognize the important role of tribes in the ICWA, including the specific tribal rights specified in the law, and the importance of effective collaboration with tribes in ICWA cases. o Learn about Tribal Sovereignty and… Read More »National CASA Webinar: Children and Families of Tribal Nations: Effective Engagement with Tribes to Secure Best Outcomes

National CASA Webinar: Intersection of Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence

Numerous research studies have informed us that there is a correlation between legal or illegal substance misuse and violence/domestic violence in the home. Often, one of these is missed when we are working with children and families…one of the reasons families have high recidivism rates. This one-hour presentation will take a look at both legal… Read More »National CASA Webinar: Intersection of Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence