What can I do to learn more about how to prevent child sexual abuse?
The most effective prevention happens before a child is harmed. That’s where the real opportunity lies. Kids are immediately safer when parents and caregivers take the time to learn about sexual abuse and its warning signs.
Parents and caregivers who make a commitment to speak up as soon as they have a concern, instead of waiting for certain evidence of harm, play an even more crucial role in a child’s safety. Here are some things that you and your family can do to protect children from sexual abuse, starting now.
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