What is the average time commitment for a case?

A CASA volunteer usually spends between 5 and 20 hours per month doing research, conducting interviews, attending meetings, and visiting the child. This varies depending on the circumstances of the case. The volunteer continues until the case is permanently resolved for approximately 12 to 24 months. One of the primary benefits of the CASA program is that, unlike other professionals who change throughout the case, the CASA volunteer is a consistent figure and provides continuity for the child.