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Partnerships, Planning, and the Possibilities for Policy Evaluation

In July, the NSVRC held an Ask a Preventionist!

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5 Steps to Protecting Our Children: A Guide for Responsible Adults

This guide provides information for adults on preventing child sexual abuse for the children in their lives. It discusses facts on child sexual abuse, how to talk with children, establishing healthy boundaries, fostering healthy sexual development, and taking action to prevent sexual abuse.

Chad Sniffen Wed, 10/10/2018 - 13:19

Growing a Loving Generation: Hispanic Heritage Month

With September 15th-October 12th being Hispanic Heritage Month, I wanted to share a couple of children’s books that folks could possibly share with the kiddos in their lives. Children sha...

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Child Risk Assessment Instruments

This resource discusses the potential risk factors and treatment targets that should be assessed when working with children.

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Accepting, Empowering, and Loving All Kids

Being a child or teenager in today’s society is hard. Society dictates how they should behave, what they should like, and who they should be with.  Those pressures can especially impact a...

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Be that One Caring Adult

Educators fill a unique role in caring for and nurturing students, which provides a powerful opportunity to minimize the impact of trauma on a child’s life and help foster resiliency. ...

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Spanish Parents Postcard

The Spanish Parents Postcard is a resource created for the 2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign. The postcard contains information about teaching children and teenagers age approp...

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Parents Postcard

The Parents Postcard is a resource created for the 2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign. The postcard contains information about teaching children and teenagers age appropriate le...

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Lifespan: Sexual Violence Against Children

Factors Caregivers Statistics Tools A person sexually abuses a child (up to age 12) when he or she exposes the child to sexual acts or behavior. That child may experience many diff...

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