Or, you might know of current sexual abuse, possibly involving child pornography that must be stopped.
Provides forensic interviews, treatment, medical examinations and more using a team and family Community based and professional assistance through member organizations of the Children's Alliance.
Provides forensic interviews, treatment, medical examinations and more using a team and family-driven model.
The more you understand about how and why it happens, the more effective you can be at preventing or stopping it.
We can help you make a plan now to step in before a child is harmed or protect a child from further harm.
This includes knowing when and how to step in when you see inappropriate behavior. The sexual abuse of a child can be devastating for both the child and the family, but help is available for both.
You may be the only one who recognizes warning sign behaviors and is in a position to take steps to keep a child safe from sexual abuse. Children are resilient and not all children who are sexually abused will need therapy.
Professional counselors can help parents and children assess what is needed and help plan for safety and health.
Help a child who has been sexually abused or has behaviors that raises concerns or questions: Resources: Provides 24/7 assistance in 170 languages to adults, children and youth with information and questions regarding child abuse. Community based and professional assistance through member organizations of the Children's Alliance.
Learn More Choose from the resource lists below to help with specific situations, as compiled by our helpline. However, a professional experienced in working with children and family members impacted by sexual abuse can often help everyone talk about the experience and find positive ways to move forward.
Often there are questions about a child's concerning behaviors without knowing for certain what is causing those behaviors.
Online supports for survivors of sexual abuse, including free and facilitated online support groups.