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Child Sexual Abuse is devastating to children. Several partner organizations are focused solely on the prevention of child sexual abuse. Please visit their websites to learn more about how you can help prevent this from happening, and where to find support if it has happened to a child you love.

MBF Resources:

MBF Online Training: Protecting Children from Child Sexual Abuse

MBF Safety Brief: Discussing Sensitive Topics with your Child

External Resources:

Darkness2Light.org
Darkness to Light is a national nonprofit headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina whose mission is to empower people to prevent child sexual abuse. Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children is the leading adult-based child sexual abuse prevention training program.

StopItNow.org
Stop It Now is dedicated to preventing the sexual abuse of children by helping adults, families and communities take actions that keep kids safe.

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