Trauma Triggers:
Where do they come from & how to help

TUESDAY, August 14
6 pm to 7:30 pm

Located at LACASA Center
2895 W. Grand River, Howell MI
24/7 Helpline (866) 522-2725

Women only *

The focus of this workshop is to provide education on the neurophysiology of sexual assault and sexual molestation trauma and the nature of triggers.

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.

For more information or to inquire about participating, please call the number above and ask for either Breanne or Jasmine.

*Intake required prior to attendance.

How we support you:

24/7 Helpline 

Our Helpline is open around the clock to answer questions, give information and offer you options.  Learn more >>

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Sexual Assault Response Center

If you have been assaulted, you may call our 24/7 Helpline or come directly to our center.  Learn more >>

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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners

Our Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) nurses provide compassionate care in a confidential setting. Learn more >>

Crisis Shelter

If you are not ready to return home following an assault, you may choose to stay at our Crisis Shelter.  Learn more >>

Counseling Services

We offer counseling services for victims, survivors, their families, and their friends at no charge.  Learn more >>

Legal Advocacy

Our legal advocates work with victims and survivors to provide support, information and insights into legal proceedings.  Learn more >>