Library of Resources
We know that lack of information is a key barrier in taking a step to prevent child sexual abuse. That's why we've also made available a searchable database of the resources used by our Helpline staff as an additional tool for understanding child sexual abuse and taking actions to prevent it. While we carefully review each resource, inclusion in this library does not mean that we endorse or recommend the resource. Please review any resource carefully for relevance to your own personal situation.
To find resources, enter the title, a portion of the title or any key word to bring up all relevant resources.
Please note that we are always happy to learn of a new resource for sexual abuse prevention and invite anyone to forward resources to us for review.
|Make a Report (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command)||
UK reporting site for online sexual abuse, or potential abuse, of children.
Support, treatment, and advocacy for male survivors of abuse.
|Managing Risk and Trauma After Sexual Offending: A Whole-Family Safeguarding Guide (CSA Centre)||
Guide for professionals supporting non-offending partners after their spouse or significant other has been caught viewing child sexual abuse material. Includes information on how to support the person finding how, how to talk with children, seeking support, and other next step guidance.
|Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect (Child Welfare Information Gateway)||
Fact sheet summarizing state laws regarding mandated reporting, including discussion of confidentiality and standards for reporting.
|Massachusetts Citizens for Children: Organization||
State-based advocacy group promoting children's rights in Massachusetts through community education and mobilization, including the Enough Abuse campaign against child sexual abuse.
|Mental Health Services Locator (SAMHSA)||
Resource directory to locate mental health services across the US.
|Mothers of Sexually Abused Children: Organization||
An online resource and support site for mothers whose child or children have been sexually abused.
|National Association for Counsel of Children (NACC): Organization||
Professional resource for attorneys involved in child welfare, juvenile justice, and custody issues.
|National Association for Rational Sex Offender Laws (NARSOL): Organization||
Organization that envisisions effective, fact-based sexual offense laws and policies which promote public safety, safeguard civil liberties, and offer holistic prevention, healing, and restoration.
|National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse (NAASCA): Organization||
Support, information and resources for adult survivors of sexual abuse.
|National Association of Crime Victim Compensation Boards (NACVCB): Organization||
State by state guide of victim compensation boards to help with medical, transportation, emergency and other costs attributed to crime.
|National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC): Organization||
Information and resources for locating missing children, and preventing and responding to child sexual exploitation.
|National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (National District Attorneys Association)||
Assists prosecuters and allied professionals in the prosecution and prevention of child victimization.
|National Center for Victims of Crime (1.855.4VICTIM): Organization||
Directory available of local victim assistance resources, including legal, financial and emotional supports and services; services can be reached anytime 24/7 by dialing 1.855.4VICTIM at 1.855.484.2846.
|National Center on Sexual Behavior of Youth (NCSBY): Organization||
National training and technical assistance to assist youth with problematic sexual behavior.
|National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN): Organization||
Network of providers, researchers, and families improving care for traumatized children by providing education, research, and resources. Information also available in Spanish.
|National Children's Advocacy Center: Organization||
Provides child abuse recognition trainings to professionals nationally, and intervention and prevention services to children and families in Alabama.
|National Children's Alliance: Organization||
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.
|National Domestic Violence Hotline (1.800.799.SAFE): Organization||
National call center refers to local resources; Spanish plus 160 other languages available; no caller ID used.
|National Foster Parent Association: Organization||
Support for foster, adoptive, and kinship parents nationally.