As a CASA volunteer, you will need a few resources as you support a child in need. Here, you’ll find all the forms, templates, and informational documents you could possibly want! To save a file, right-click and select “Save Link As” to download a copy to your computer. Please let us know if you’re having trouble viewing anything.
A summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (regarding your background check)
Frequently Used Documents
Training Articles, Handouts and Notes
Moving a Child, from Debrorah Gray: PDF
Accomodating for Low Executive Function, from Deborah Gray: PDF
March 27, 2018 In Service with Callie Gamble from TTRS: Phases of TTRS
March 5, 2018 JDEC Meeting – Special Education Advocacy with Lynn Haxton from the Juvenile Rights Project: Educational Surrogacy Powerpoint
January 23, 2018 In Service with Katie: LGBTQ Powerpoint
September 26, 2017 In Service with Molly McFadden from The Independent Living Program of Yamhill County:
- Free Tuition Waiver FAQ for Foster Youth: PDF
- ILP Transition Plans Template (to be completed by ILP Workers and/or DHS Workers only) PDF
August 22, 2017 In Service with Diane Reynolds from Provoking Hope
May 23, 2017 In Service with Sally Goddard from Unidos: Katie’s Notes in PDF
June 28, 2016 Training on Rules of Evidence, Adjudication Hearings, Disposition Hearings and CASA Reports
- Rules of Evidence & Exceptions Handouts
- PDF Presentation
- Appeals Court Ruling in DHS v. CME
- Recent Appeals Court Rulings Jan 27 and Feb 3, 2016
January 26, 2016 – Trauma Advocacy Training Transition Planning Worksheet
November 2, 2015, JDEC Meeting – Aron Perez-Selsky and Simonne Weyand provided an overview of the key findings of the Appellate Court this year that relate to juvenile dependency cases. We have uploaded the 2015 Appellate Summary here.
June 30, 2014, JDEC Meeting – Discussion centered around the Parental Representation Pilot Program which is being piloted in Yamhill and Linn Counties and on four recent appeals course cases, which, in Judge Easterday’s words have contributed to making the courtroom seem more litigious and adversarial. The four cases discussed are J. B. V., A. R. S., N. M. S., and W. A. C. with information on each case available by clicking on the case abbreviations.
March 5, 2012, JDEC Meeting – Drug Court Informational Handout
September 2010 Roundtable – DHS Policy on Relatives