April – All Month ~ Look for our Clothesline Project displays at libraries throughout the county to commemorate National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Clothesline Project T-shirts were created by abuse victims and survivors from LACASA.
100 Women Who Care About Livingston County gave a generous donation for victims and survivors of abuse at LACASA Center.
Our Youth Prevention Department is working with teens in area high schools to increase awareness about the myths and misinformation surrounding sexual assault
Spring 2018 ~ Our Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) were sworn in recently following their completion of specialized training programs at LACASA Center.
Learn how sexual assault affects our community, how we can support survivors, and ways we can make a difference right here at home.
APRIL 2018 ~ We want to thank the supporters of the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club’s “Midnight in the Tropics” event for their generous contribution to our Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program.
April ~ We invite workplaces to encourage employees to make a small donation in return for wearing jeans to work. Donate the proceeds to help sexual assault victims.
The Kellogg Family Foundation has signed on as LACASA’s first ever Philanthropy Partner, with a $20,000 grant to support critical programs and services at the agency that are not funded by other local, state or federal grants.
Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club invites you to "Midnight in the Tropics," its annual fundraising event to support the youth of Livingston County.