The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Secures Statewide Optima Agreement, while the Eighth Judicial District Court CASA Program Brings Home the Bronze Award
11/3/2020 9:25:27 AM
The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) secured a statewide agreement for their eleven Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) programs. This contract was made with Evinto Solutions, who is the provider of Optima Software. Optima is a Volunteer and Case Management system that provides a place for both administrators and volunteers to enter and track information on their cases, while providing high-level aggregate reports for the state. The AOC is excited for the opportunity to support this endeavor, as it will allow consistency and uniformity across all CASA and GAL programs throughout the state.
"Nevada CASA is honored to partner with the AOC and Evinto Solutions in creating this statewide data collection system," said Jane Jensen Saint, State Executive Director, Nevada CASA Association. "Having a statewide system will allow all parties to have the most current and accurate data about the children we serve, our volunteers, and where the gaps in service are so we can target our volunteer recruitment efforts."
In another crowning achievement, the Eighth Judicial Court CASA Program staff in Clark County, Nevada were honored to receive the Bronze Award in the Business/Corporate Volunteer Program category during the 2020 Governor's Points of Light Ceremony, held virtually on October 23. Their forty years of service and commitment to the youth in Nevada earned them this high honor.
"This award is a tribute to the commitment of our staff and volunteers as we celebrate CASA's 40 Anniversary of being a voice for children in Clark County," said Sheila Parks, CASA Program Administrator.