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Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children, Inc. office is located in Madison IN.  We serve both Jefferson and Ripley Counties.  Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children, Inc is a member of the National CASA Association and he Indiana GAL/CASA network.  We adhere to their standards, requirements and policies.   

The Children

Each year in these counties, nearly 200 abused and/or neglected children face the future without a home to call their own. These children are placed in some form of foster care, whether it is with a foster family or a group home placement. These children have done nothing wrong, but are simply victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment. As reports of abuse and neglect crowd court dockets, more and more children are thrust into the confusing maze of the foster care system.

 

The Voices of Children Volunteers

Southeastern Indiana Voices for Children, Inc. is helping to make a difference through the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)/Guardian ad Litem (GAL) volunteer programs. These volunteers are recruited and trained to advocate for the best interest of children both inside and outside of the courtroom. They work with attorneys, mental health professionals and service providers to meet the needs of these children and help them find safe, permanent homes.

 

Volunteer Today

As you can imagine, there is a great need for more volunteers in our area. To qualify as a CASA/GAL volunteer you must be 21 years of age, a mature adult, have reliable transportation, and submit to a background check. And most importantly, you must have a love of children with a passion and desire to help these children who cannot help themselves.

 

You can make a difference in the life of an abused or neglected child.

You can be the difference.

Please contact us and volunteer today.