Curious What a GAL Volunteer Does?

Curious What a GAL Volunteer Does?

Virtual Volunteer Information Sessions are offered each month to answer your questions. Learn about the Statewide Guardian ad Litem Office, the role of a volunteer, volunteer certification, and the impact representation has on abused, neglected, and abandoned children in court and in our community.

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Roles of a Volunteer include:

-Visiting the child monthly and monitoring their safety and physical, emotional, and educational needs

-Assess any outstanding needs and/or services

-Attend court hearings and work with the assigned Guardian ad Litem Attorney and Child Advocate Manager

Volunteer training includes:

-30 hours of training that is divided into 3 phases- onboarding, online pre-service training, and field observation

-Direct field and other support from a Certified Child Advocate Manager