LaSalle County CASA

CASA of La Salle County
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Resource Links & Webinars

Each year, advocates are required to earn 12 continuing education credits as a way to stay abreast of child advocacy issues. Previously commissioned advocates are always welcome to also take refresher courses during our scheduled 30 hour pre-service training series. Advocates can meet their 12 hour requirement through various mediums; webinars, podcasts, CASA in-service and other agencies' training seminars.

Webinars (Can be accessed at any time)

All Families, All Children

Mitigating Implicit Bias and Disparity in the Juvenile Court System

“Psychotropic Drugs 101: Psychedelic Shack…Is That Where It’s At?”

Building Strong Families and Healthy Communities: The Safe Babies Court Team Project  - PDF Version

Parents with LGBTQ Youth - Working Toward Healthy Futures

The Gecko Project - Championing Resiliency in Your Organization  - PDF Version


Illinois CASA Training Webinars (click on the link to register)

Dually Involved Youth - Child Welfare/Juvenile Justice and The Conscience Community Network

  • Available Tuesday, June 13, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


Fentanyl, Sizzurp, Vaping and Other Current Drug Trends

  • Available Thursday, June 29, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm



National CASA Training Webinars (click on the link to register)

None available at this time.


Partner Plan Act Video Series

Early Head Start/Head Start

Early Intervention

Child Care Assistance Program

Child Welfare

Home Visiting programs


Special Education

TANF, (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), WIC (Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children), and Family Case Management


Webinar Series

None available at this time.

Podcasts (Can be accessed at any time)

Partners for Permanency

Working Towards Cultural Competency

Technology and Advocacy

Increasing LGBT Cultural Competency

Reflecting on a Career of Service to Children


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