Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Our CASA volunteers are a diverse group of people from a variety of life experiences, professions, education levels and backgrounds. If you are a proactive communicator who is willing to commit to a child, then you will make a great CASA volunteer. Volunteers serve an average 3 hours a week and are at least 21 years of age. Volunteers of African-American, Hispanic, or Native American ethnicities, bilingual speakers, or male mentors are especially needed.
Guardian Review Program
Court Visitors serve as the court's eyes and ears, by visiting people under guardianship to observe if they are receiving appropriate care. Court Visitors report their findings to the court for appropriate action. As a volunteer, you will receive initial training and ongoing support from the court.
Juvenile Probation Department
The Maricopa County Juvenile Probation Department (MCJPD) has volunteer opportunities to support special projects and areas of need including:
- Tutoring and Mentorship
- Hope Closet
- Food Pantry
Judge Pro Tempore
Judge Pro Tempore are volunteer, pro bono legal professionals who serve in various departments, as needed. To be a Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore, you must meet the following qualifications:
- Not less than 30 years of age
- Of good moral character
- Admitted to the practices of law in Arizona for no less than 5 years preceding appointment