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.
Career Opening ~ This is a professional human service position that coordinates LACASA’s Transitional Housing Program, as well as provides counseling support, intervention and advocacy for adult and child survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
August 14 ~ This workshop is intended to provide information and support for women who identify as victims and survivors of rape, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, molestation, and incest.
Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018 ~ We can’t wait to “Shine a Light” on all of our dedicated volunteers!
HOMECOMING 2018 ~ Cinderella's Closet is an eco-friendly shop that offers gently-loved party dresses for high school girls at affordable prices.
Registration is open for our Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteer Training Program, which begins September 11, 2018.
Our Canine Advocate, Penny, serves as a source of support for child abuse victims during court proceedings and while in counseling sessions.
LACASA Center's Champion for Children award recipient was named recently at the Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council’s Power of One Luncheon at the Howell Opera House.
St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital recently donated $40,000 to LACASA’s Sexual Assault Response Center, which will enable the program to continue operating in Livingston County.
LACASA hosted a Gifts from the Heart open house luncheon today to celebrate its 12-year relationship with the Kellogg Family Foundation.
LACASA Center's CAP (Child Abuse Prevention) Council partnered with the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce to recognize a Hartland Area business for going out of its way to enhance the lives of its employees and their families.