Humanitarian Services

As well as being a teaching physician, Dr LaCasse participates with:

Seventh Generation - a community based volunteer program for the special needs of children who are wards of the juvenile court.

DOCARE International is a medical outreach organization dedicated to providing much-needed healthcare to indigent and isolated people in remote areas around the world.

Orchards Children’s Services is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian child welfare agency licensed by the state of Michigan and nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Children and Families (COA). As the Southeast Michigan Region’s premiere foster care, child welfare and adoption agency Orchards is dedicated to providing high quality professional services to children, youth and families in Michigan.

Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation is a non-profit organization committed to make a difference by creating life changing opportunities for youth and their families. DHDC has a wide range of comprehensive, bilingual services that reach thousands of youth, adults and families annually, primarily in Southwest Detroit.

Dr. LaCasse and her husband were able to have a laser donated to the Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation and her residents provide free laser treatment to ex-gang members to help them get back into society. View DHDC Programs and Services

Medical Missions

In addition to residents of the Detroit Metro Area, Dr. LaCasse travels abroad on volunteer medical missions to Guatemala and Peru. She joins a team of medical specialists in a desire to offer care to underprivileged villagers who often trek for days through the jungle seeking medical attention. She feels greatly rewarded and humbled by the experience.

Dr. LaCasse participated in seventeen medical missions to Guatemala and four in Peru. She volunteered for a medical outreach organization dedicated to providing much needed healthcare to indigent and isolated people in remote areas. There were many challenges including long days starting out with two to three hour commutes to the remote areas, transporting supplies and equipment, but the rewards made up for them. "Going on a mission like this and caring for these patients was quite inspiring." View Medical Mission Pictures

Dr. LaCasse also supervises an annual free skin cancer screening at Bosford Hospital.

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