Awareness Training | Our Community Education Department offers a series of awareness programs and leadership training for faith-based organizations.
Project SUCCESS is a collaborative program designed to prevent and reduce substance use among students 12 – 18 years of age.
This workshop teaches middle school and high school students about the life-long damage that can result for an unborn child whose mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy.
This workshop teaches middle school and high school students about the Period of Purple Crying — a normal stage of infant development when a baby won’t stop crying, and why you should never, ever shake a baby.
LACASA provides consultations and programs for businesses and organizations to improve responses and increase awareness about child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Members of the community collaborate with us to provide insights and suggestions about education, awareness and prevention programs.
Professionals learn the signs and symptoms of abuse, the legal and moral obligations to report suspected abuse, and what happens inside CPS once a report is filed. LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council works with staff members from Livingston County Children’s Protective Services (CPS) to offer this workshop. Sessions are hosted throughout the year. To learn when our next program will be offered, contact LACASA’s CAP Council at 517-548-1350.
This evidence-based workshop teaches adults 5 critical steps for preventing, recognizing and reacting responsibly to child sexual abuse.
As parents or guardians of children who have been traumatized, you have some of the most challenging, important and emotionally draining roles. Our Caregiver Program helps.
During this one-hour class, you will learn how to keep your baby safe while sleeping and what to do if your baby won’t stop crying.