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OREGON CASA NETWORK
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA)
Recruits, trains, and supports citizen volunteers who serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). CASA volunteers advocate in court and in the community for the rights of children who have been abused and neglected, and are under the protection of the juvenile courts. Purpose is to secure a safe and permanent home for each child served as quickly as possible.
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Eligibility: Volunteers need to meet the following minimum qualifications:
-At least age 21
-Pass criminal background checks
-Ability to complete and maintain training
-Ability to commit to the program for at least 2 years
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30pm-5pm
Website is 24 hours per day/7 days per week
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES CHILD WELFARE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN
Working within the Governor's Advocacy Office, the Office of the Foster Care Ombudsman is an independent resource to investigate complaints, concerns or violation of rights for children in the custody of Oregon DHS Foster Care. This position is the result of legislation developed and passed by current and former foster youth. The Ombudsman receives, investigates and helps resolve complaints and concerns from a wide range of people including foster youth, parents, relatives, CASAs, attorneys, social workers and many other interested parties. The Youth Empowerment and Safety (Y.E.S) is not only for complaints but, can be used by foster youth with questions about thbeir rights, their care and wellbeing, and issues with their placement or services received while in care.

If you are a current or former foster youth, or if you have concerns or complaints about a child or youth in foster care, the staff at the Ombudsman Office will:
- Listen to your concerns
- Document complaints
- Gather all relevant information
- Remain neutral and impartial
- Provide information on how to help

Foster youth can also call the hotline with questions about their rights, their care and wellbeing, issues with their placement or services received while in foster care.
500 Summer Street NE
Suite E67
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY OFFICE
FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN
Working within the Governor's Advocacy Office, the Office of the Foster Care Ombudsman is an independent resource to investigate complaints, concerns or violation of rights for children in the custody of Oregon DHS Foster Care. This position is the result of legislation developed and passed by current and former foster youth. The Ombudsman receives, investigates and helps resolve complaints and concerns from a wide range of people including foster youth, parents, relatives, CASAs, attorneys, social workers and many other interested parties. The Youth Empowerment and Safety (Y.E.S) is not only for complaints but, can be used by foster youth with questions about thbeir rights, their care and wellbeing, and issues with their placement or services received while in care.

If you are a current or former foster youth, or if you have concerns or complaints about a child or youth in foster care, the staff at the Ombudsman Office will:
- Listen to your concerns
- Document complaints
- Gather all relevant information
- Remain neutral and impartial
- Provide information on how to help

Foster youth can also call the hotline with questions about their rights, their care and wellbeing, issues with their placement or services received while in foster care.
500 Summer Street NE
E-17
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
FOSTER CARE OMBUDSMAN