Infographic: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

When we hear about situations like the Jerry Sandusky case at Penn State, the Miramonte Elementary School scandal in Los Angeles, or reports of a child being sexually abused in our own communities, the natural response is to ask “what happened?” At Prevent Child Abuse America, we are focused on answering a second question: “what can be done to make our country and communities better at preventing child sexual abuse?” Fortunately, we have some ideas. In order to make a real impact, steps need to be taken at every level of the social ecology, including communities as a whole, youth-serving organizations and schools, and individuals like parents.

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

preventing child sexual abuse

How Communities Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

communities preventing child sexual abuse

How Schools and Youth Serving Organizations Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

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How Parents Can Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

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