LACASA Center helps hundreds of victims and survivors each year and we always are in need of basic necessities, food supplies, paper goods and cleaning products.
LACASA Center’s Teen Advisory Council launches its annual teen dating abuse awareness campaign in high schools throughout Livingston County during March.
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 their pets.
Throughout the year ~ Come and learn about the work we do at this one-hour event that includes a tour of our comprehensive center.
You can help LACASA Center each and every time you shop at Kroger or VG's Grocery. Link your Kroger Plus card and your VG's YES card to LACASA and we automatically receive quarterly checks.
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.
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 ~ The 2018 Champion for Children award recipient was announced recently during LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council’s “Champion Awards Luncheon” at the Howell Opera House.
100 Women Who Care About Livingston County gave a generous donation for victims and survivors of abuse at LACASA Center.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Brighton invites the public to donate before Mother’s Day to help vulnerable local mothers who are staying in LACASA’s Crisis Shelter or who are clients at LACASA.
Learn how sexual assault affects our community, how we can support survivors, and ways we can make a difference right here at home.
Our Youth Prevention Department is working with teens in area high schools to increase awareness about the myths and misinformation surrounding sexual assault