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CASA volunteers earn extra credentials

August 23, 2013
The Times Observer

Being a Court Appointed Special Advocate is a professional volunteer experience that requires continuing education. CASA volunteers are expected to complete an additional 12 hours of training yearly. Two volunteers, Nancy Rogowski and Jill Woody, have taken that requirement a step further by participating in the Family Development Credentialing (FDC) Program. This is a community-based, training and credentialing program for front line workers which teach a strength-based, empowerment model of practice.

 
 

 

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