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Transitioning Away from Abuse

Moving forward & rebuilding lives

LACASA’s New Transitions Housing Program is available for abuse survivors and their children who meet eligibility requirements.

We provide off-site housing units where survivors can transition away from an abusive situation and into a new way of life.

Our New Transitions Housing coordinator provides support and resources for survivors as they move toward independence.

Abuse survivors may apply for this 2-year program which enables survivor-families a time to heal and regain financial stability.

Our families in transition have financial challenges, especially when it comes to transportation issues. Your donation today could provide much-needed gas cards, bus tokens, car repairs, or emergency roadside assistance cards for single-parent families in need.

Fast Facts

  • Families uprooted by domestic violence are at their most vulnerable—emotionally and economically
  • Building a life safe from abuse takes time
  • Transitional housing programs provide stability, security and a support system
  • Families in transition gain self esteem as they move forward with a sense of hope and accomplishment
LACASA Staff Insight

Why Victims Don’t Tell: Sandusky case sheds light on complexities of sexual abuse

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was written and published by LACASA in September, 2012. It is updated periodically with links to relevant articles as they appear in the press. You will find the links at the bottom of this post. By Robin L. O’Grady with Nicole Matthews-Creech The conviction of former Penn State assistant football coach […]