LACASA Alert: Our Safety Initiatives for COVID-19
Our Administrative Offices Are Closed Indefinitely ~ LACASA Center announces an expanded series of preventative initiatives as it responds to the threat of COVID-19.
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:
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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.
We help teach teens and adults to take responsibility for their actions and learn new ways of interacting in their relationships. Our work is based on the pioneering Domestic Assailant Intervention Program (DAIP) model. The goal [...]
The Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its Second Annual Black & Bling event honoring International Women’s Day on March 6. This year, the Hartland Chamber chose LACASA Center as the recipient of its centerpiece raffle donation.
Thank you to all supporters and guests of the 2020 Winning Women Empowerment Event! We invite you to watch this video to see and hear about all the great things that happened. We hope to see you at next year’s event!
LACASA Center’s CAP (Child Abuse Prevention) Council and the Great Start Collaborative are asking Livingston County residents to consider who is a Champion for Children in our community. We are accepting nominations for the 2020 Champion for Children award through March 20.
LACASA Center recently completed an 18-month training program designed to strengthen how advocacy agencies engage with survivors, address institutional responses to violence against women, and involve the community in ending violence.
Our comprehensive organization provides wrap-around services for abuse victims and their families. We also spearhead community-wide awareness and prevention initiatives. If you are passionate about our mission, we invite you to explore our career openings and volunteer opportunities.