Este folleto para padres por la Asociación de Tejas Contra el Asalto Sexual (en inglés, TAASA) tiene información básica sobre estos temas: ¿qué es el abuso sexual infantil?; aviso para reducir el riesgo; síntomas; y opciones si su niño/a ha sido abusado/a sexualmente. En inglés. Información para hacer un pedido (el PDF es gratis).

This booklet by the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) discusses issues of interest to adults who were sexually abused during childhood. The themes are: difficulty in setting limits; memories and flashbacks; grief and mourning; anger; guilt, shame and blame; trust issues; intimacy issues; and sexuality issues. In Spanish. Ordering information (the PDF is free).

 

Este folleto por la Asociación de Tejas Contra el Asalto Sexual (en inglés, TAASA) discute temas de interés para adultos que fueron abusados sexualmente durante la niñez. Los temas son: dificultad en poner limites; memorias y retrospectivas; dolor y luto; enojo; culpa, vergüenza y reproche; problemas de confianza; problemas de intimidad; y problemas de sexualidad. En inglés. Información para hacer un pedido (el PDF es gratis).

This booklet by the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) has basic information about personal rights, sexual violence, options after victimization, and common reactions after victimization. It includes resources for survivors in Texas such as Advocacy Inc. and the Department of Aging and Disability Services in Texas. In Spanish. Ordering information (the PDF is free).

Este folleto por la Asociación de Tejas Contra el Asalto Sexual (en inglés, TAASA) tiene información básica  sobre derechos personales, violencia sexual, opciones después de victimización y reacciones comunes del sobreviviente después de victimización. Incluye recursos en Tejas para sobrevivientes como Advocacy Inc. y el Departamento de Envejecimiento y Servicios de Incapacidades de Tejas. En inglés. Información para hacer un pedido (el PDF es gratis).

This statement from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) concerns the criminal sentencing of Jerry Sandusky to 30-60 years behind bars for child sexual abuse. NSVRC supports these young men and their loved ones who endured years of pain, waiting for justice to be served. Judge Cleland reassured victims by saying, "It is for your courage, not your assault that you will be remembered." The NSVRC echoes this sentiment and applauds the victims’ strength and courage and hopes today brings them an opportunity to further their own paths to healing. Read full statement.

There is hopeful evidence that rates of child sexual abuse, as well as other forms of child maltreatment, are declining. However, there is equally concerning evidence that the actual rates of child sexual abuse may not be fully known because of significant barriers victims and community leaders face in reporting crimes. The following talking points provide information on definitions and rates of child sexual abuse.

Officially titled "Report of the Special Investigative Counsel Regarding the Actions of the Pennsylvania State University Related to the Child Sexual Abuse Committed by Gerald A. Sandusky," this document presents the findings and recommendations from and independent investigation by Louis Freeh and his law firm, Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan, LLP, into the facts and circumstances of the actions of The Pennsylvania State University surrounding the child abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky.

Download the report

Download the press release and statement by Louis Freeh on the report.

View our page of materials on the Sandusky Trial.

This statement was released in response to the June 22, 2012 verdict in the Sandusky Trial.

This statement discusses Philadelphia Monsignor being found guilty of child endangerment in a 2012 Philadelphia, Pa case and the key responsibilities of adults in leadership positions to prevent sexual violence. 

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