Livingston

County Information 

Contact Children's Protective Services in Livingston County
U.S. Census Bureau Quick Facts for Livingston County 

CTF Designated Local Council 

LACASA
Prevention Area Served: Livingston County
Grant Tier: 2 ($10,000)
Website: LACASA 
Facebook Page: LACASA

Address: 
2895 W. Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48843-8539
Phone: 517-548-1350x2870

Coordinator: Holly Naylor
Email: hnaylor@lacasacenter.org 

LACASA's CAP Council works to protect children by offering evidence-based educational programs for Livingston County parents and professionals. CAP partners with the Livingston County Department of Public Health and the University of Michigan Howell Pediatrics and Teen Clinic to provide The Period of PURPLE Crying program that teaches new parents about infant crying, how to soothe a baby and how to cope with frustration in a healthy way when a baby won't stop crying.

CAP also works to protect children with its Stewards of Children workshop that teaches adults seven critical steps to prevent, reognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.


Direct Service Grant 

 


LACASA 
Prevention Area Served: Livingston County
Grant Number: CTFDS 16-47001 
Grant Period: FY16-FY19
Website: LACASA 
Address: 
2895 W. Grand River Ave.
Howell, MI 48843-8538
Phone: 517-548-1350

Contact: Polly Mallory/Bobette Schrandt
EMail: pmallory@lacasacenter.org 
or bschrandt@lacasacenter.org

Project: Healthy Families Livingston Program (HFL) for secondary child abuse and neglect prevention in Livingston County. Healthy Families America (HFA), a voluntary home visiting model, is a CBCAP Promising Program and Practice and an Effective Program of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Model Programs Guide. This model offers intensive, long-term home visits to challenged prenatal families and families with newborns.