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Child sexual abuse is a type of trauma that is typically not discussed or processed until later in life when survivors are adults. As we work to find impactful methods of helping, we want anyone to be able to work on their process of healing. For that reason, we have worked to establish a list of resources that contains information across our home state (Idaho) and nationwide. This list is not exhaustive but we will continue to ensure that any reputable and helpful sources of assistance are added to it. Please let us know if this does not contain something you are looking for contact us.
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In The News
Child sexual abuse is happening all the time. It knows no boundaries. Grooming and delayed disclosure are the common threads.
It takes time to disclose the abuse – Multiple child sex abuse convictions announced
Therapist reoffends after the initial charges were dropped – Former therapist faces six new charges in child sexual abuse case
It can happen in schools – At least 181 K12 educators charged with child sex crimes in first half of 2022
It can be a trusted individual – $52M settlement for kids sexually abused by former L.A. Unified wrestling coach
Podcasts & Safety Blog
Voices of Children (Pt 1)
Voices of Children (Pt 2)
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