Bayer & LACASA Partner to Protect Victims’ Pets ~ We are proud to be a partner with Bayer Animal Health and its Pet & Women Safety program to help protect domestic violence victims and...
Giving | Ways You Can Help
Change a Life Today. Contributions from friends like you make it possible for LACASA to provide help and hope for local victims who have experienced the pain and suffering of abuse, neglect and interpersonal...
Within these Walls
Throughout the year ~
Come and learn about the work we do at this one-hour event that includes a tour of our comprehensive center.
Volunteer for Lacasa Center
Volunteers are the backbone of LACASA and help us in a variety of ways.
Our unique, upscale resale boutique offers clients a place to shop with dignity for the things they need at no charge.
24/7 Help Line
Our toll-free Help Line is open 24-hours-a-day for you to talk, ask questions or get immediate assistance.
LACASA is a nonprofit organization that provides help & hope for victims of abuse
Child Abuse Support If you suspected child abuse, where would you turn?
Domestic Violence Support If you were victimized, where would you go?
Sexual Assault Support If you were sexually assaulted, where would you seek help?
Community Education Programs We host classes & workshops to raise awareness
Safety Has No Price
All services for victims & their families provided at no charge.
Teens & Young Adults
Get confidential help or find out how you can help
How you can help:
Learn about our upscale resale boutique and how you can shop, donate or volunteer for good!
The Autism Alliance of Michigan has presented LACASA Center of Livingston County with an Alliance Seal of Approval. LACASA is the first interpersonal violence agency in the state to receive the AAoM seal.
September 13, 2018 | LACASA Center recently awarded Jim Gilligan, owner of Snedicor’s Green Earth Cleaners, with a recognition plaque honoring the 10th anniversary of hosting Cinderella’s Closet. Gilligan, who is Snedicor’s Chief Operating Officer, first began hosting the charity event in 2008.
Pets often are used to control victims. Abusers may threaten to harm or even kill a family pet to keep an intimate partner from leaving an abusive relationship. LACASA Center offers two cozy indoor kennel facilities that keep pets safe and sound.
Lucy Diebolt, a longtime LACASA volunteer, has to be one of the bravest people I’ve ever met. While she triumphed in her struggle over domestic violence, Lucy lost her battle with cancer on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.
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.