A Tool for Volunteers and Staff
When it’s time to hold a difficult conversation about topics like money, sex or grief, we often hold back because we don’t know what to say. Knowing how to start and conduct these conversations takes time and skill. Unless we possess professional training, we might just bumble through them or avoid them completely.
At California CASA, we recognized the need for CASA volunteers to navigate these conversations in a meaningful way. Children and youth need a place to discuss their own health and well-being. That’s why we developed the CASA Conversations below.