Available courses

Recorded November 2019 - Wisconsin CASA Director of Program Administration talks with Cherie Lindberg about childhood trauma, Brainspotting and more.

Presentation of topics that concern children who are LGBTQ+ including vocabulary, inclusive behavior and communication, policies and advocacy that affects LGBTQ+ community.

Recorded on September 14, 2019.

Focuses on social justice, anti-oppressive and woke frameworks as a means of engaging those we serve. Each concept will be discussed in light of its workability with the current social and political climate. 

Recorded at 2018 annual Wisconsin CASA Conference. 

Book recommendations and Q&A at the end of session. 

An introduction to the CPS system, focusing on the legal and practical aspects of practice.


1.      A basic understand of the CPS process 

2.      Why we don’t file a petition on every case 

3.      The real impact “the system” can have on children

Circuit Court Branch 5, sitting Judge, Marc Hammer, discusses his view of CASA from the bench. Recorded September 15, 2018 at the 17th Annual Wisconsin CASA Association Conference.

At the 2018 Annual Wisconsin CASA Association Conference, four former foster youth women from Wisconsin shared their stories. Last names and faces have been bleeped out for confidentiality reasons. 

Recorded during the 2019 Wisconsin CASA "Together for Hope" Conference, September 14th 2019 at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI. 

Panel members of the UW Fostering Success program and the Wisconsin Youth Advisory Council share their stories and perspectives. 

The program is a collaboration between USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin and Milwaukee PBS. It's an extension of the Kids in Crisis series, which over the past three years has uncovered rising suicide rates and gaps in mental health care in Wisconsin.

Originally posted: https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/solutions/2019/05/10/documentary-follows-four-youth-facing-mental-health-challenges/3656196002/

From Wisconsin Public Television: Tribal Histories features tribal storytellers sharing the culture and oral traditions that have shaped their communities across generations. The series of half-hour programs presents the histories of all eleven federally recognized American Indian tribes and bands located in Wisconsin, plus one tribe that is seeking to regain its federal status.

Resources to for Advocates, CASA Program Staff & Supporters of Wisconsin children