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Continuing Education

CASA of Crawford County, Inc. offers many ways for CASA volunteers to earn the 12 hours of continuing education units (CEUs) they need each year. This includes our monthly continuing education trainings, which are also open to the public whenever possible; webinars and trainings from the National CASA Association; approved lists of books, movies and other media; and trainings on relevant topics made available through other organizations. Explore all of our upcoming continuing education options below!

5:30-7:00   August 25, 2022

Families First Safety Organized Practice (SOP) Guest Speaker Marla Nelson, Crawford County

The SOP approach brings everyone together—parents; extended family; child welfare worker; supervisors and managers; lawyers, judges, and other court officials; and the child— to achieve authentic family engagement and to develop collaborative plans that keep a clear focus on enhancing child safety at all points in the case process. Marla will be here to explain the process and what changes we will see in the foster care system.

5:30-7:00   September 12, 2022

Families First Safety Organized Practice (SOP) Guest Speaker Marla Nelson, Crawford County

Substance Abuse Disorders

Guest Speaker: Katelyn Nabors, LPC

CASA Resource Room

5:30-7:00   January 10, 2022

5:30-7:00   February 22, 2022