Chad Ozias
CARE House of Oakland County
248-332-7173 ext. 206

The CARE House Mission

To be a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and the protection of children through advocacy, education, intervention, research, training and treatment, in collaboration with the community.


Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Home of Roz & Scott Jacobson

Bloomfield Hills, MI

6:00 – 8:00pm



Thursday, January 23, 2020

The Townsend Hotel

Birmingham, MI

11:00 am – Registration

Noon - Luncheon

  Event Chairs

Tracy Nystrom

Anna Rea

Anne Weiner


Luncheon Ticket - $125

Patron Ticket - $175

Preview Party - $150

Patron & Preview Party - $275







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This year’s event will feature lawyer and sexual abuse activist Rachael Denhollander.

Rachael Denhollander is an advocate and educator who became known internationally as the first woman to file a police report and speak publicly against Larry Nassar, one of the most prolific sexual abusers in recorded history. As a result of her activism, over 250 women came forward as survivors of Nassar’s abuse, leading to his life imprisonment.

Rachael was only 15 when Larry Nassar sexually abused her. Sixteen years later, she was the first woman to press criminal charges and publicly reveal that she had been one of the many victims of the USA Gymnastics team doctor. The decision to speak out ultimately led her to lose friends, her church community, and her privacy. Yet in so doing, she sparked a tidal wave of accusations against the doctor revealing the appalling extent of his abuse. Now she educates and advocates, illuminating not only issues of abuse, but also the very cultural dynamics that allow abusers to remain in power. Weaving in details of her personal story, she shows how to support survivors, stand against abuse, and find healing. Armed with courage and conviction, she inspires audiences as she continues to advocate, call for accountability, and stand for those who have yet to find their voice.

TIME Magazine recognized Rachael as one of the100 Most Influential People in the World for her work as an advocate and educator on sexual abuse in 2018. In the fall of 2019, Rachael put her story to paper in her new book, What Is a Girl Worth? My Story of Breaking the Silence and Exposing Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics.