Be A Voice For Kids!

Thank you in your interest in becoming a Volunteer with Kids’ Voice of Indiana. We have two ways you can get involved with providing a much-needed voice for children in the Marion County court system. Each opportunity has its own training and you can choose one or both!

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteer:
Kids’ Voice was recently appointed by the courts to handle the cases for all of Marion County’s
children who have been abused or neglected, and CASA volunteers will be a big part of that
effort! Because we are in such a pivotal transition, we are currently focused on bringing
previously trained CASAs into Kids’ Voice. Soon we will begin to ramp up with new
volunteers! Your contact info has been added to our database and we will reach out once we
have clear next steps for you to become a CASA. In the meantime, you can check out this video
to learn more about the important role a CASA volunteer has in the lives of these vulnerable

Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Volunteer:

Kids’ Voice also provides volunteers for children in family law cases. These are divorces,
adoptions, guardianship and other custody cases. Representing a child’s best interest in a family
law case can often prevent them from experiencing abuse and neglect.

You can also sign up for the Kids’ Voice newsletter. We really appreciate your interest and look
forward to connecting soon!

{Here is what one of our volunteers said about being a GAL:  I want to let you know that I am really enjoying my first case.  It is very heartwarming to be able to help this much and positively impact a little boy’s life.  When you finally put faces to names it really humanizes the process.  It has also made me become more aware of the great importance of Kids’ Voice’s role in the community.  Just thought I would share!}

If you are interested in volunteering as a CASA or GAL (or both), please complete the short Volunteer Interest form below and someone will be in contact with you about our next training.