To report child abuse and neglect, call Child Protective Services @ 1-800-252-5400
In the case of an emergency call 911
“The Struggle has no Hold on the Outcome”
- Dr. Ketra
THE SOUND MADE WHEN
SEXUALLY ABUSED IS OFTEN
LAAG, INC. IS A 501C3 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO PROMOTING AWARENESS AND PREVENTION OF SEXUAL, VERBAL, EMOTIONAL, AND PHYSICAL ABUSE BY IDENTIFYING, ADMITTING, AND ADVOCATING EDUCATION WITHIN THE CHURCH BODY AND LOCAL COMMUNITY.
Dr. Ketra L. Davenport- King
THE MISSION OF LAAG IS TO ASSIST CHILDREN, WOMEN, AND MEN IN PROMOTING A BALANCED LIFE AFTER BEING SEXUALLY ABUSED BY CREATING A CONFIDENT, CARING
AND PERSONAL ENVIRONMENT.
GROUP SESSIONS, WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES TO ENHANCE THE AWARENESS OF PERPETRATORS WHO PREY ON INNOCENT INDIVIDUALS SUCH AS FEMALES, MALES, CHILDREN, ELDERLY, AND THE MENTALLY CHALLENGED.
IDENTIFY AND IMPLEMENT A PROMISING PRACTICE TO ENSURE VICTIMS ARE ABLE TO LIVE A PRODUCTIVE LIFE AFTER BEING SEXUALLY ABUSED.
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Dr. Ketra has spent years helping victims speak their truth during their healing journey. In her fictional memoir, she shares her testimony of how she overcame trauma and the effects of being a victim of sexual abuse! Dr. Ketra has spent over twenty years advocating for victims and survivors of sexual abuse to find their voice!
Check out Dr. Ketra's books today here!
SUPPORT THE CAUSE
Your donation is a contribution to the annual Dr. Ketra L. Davenport-King scholarship to support local churches, schools, and community non-profit organizations that assist victims and survivors of sexual abuse, rape, molestation, and assault.
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Life After Advocacy Group, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Life After Advocacy Group, Inc. is focused on assisting our local community by donating to businesses, organizations, and schools committed to serving individuals who have suffered from sexual abuse and other origins of abuse.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED NOW FOR 2024!
Congratulations to the 2022 Scholarship winner
Lavinia Masters, Hope Saves Ministry