This blog explores the ways COVID-19 has been triggering for survivors.
This blog explores the impact of COVID-19 on children and teens at risk for sexual violence.
The blog highlights resources to help adults guide kids through the realms of the internet.
Casa de Esperanza has created a Google Spreadsheet called the "COVID-19 Resource Library" which provides a bilingual virtual library on resources in Spanish and Indigenous Languages.
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The Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute has published a list of recommended reading material related to child sexual abuse.
Access the Reading List Here
American Psychological Association identifies the risks COVID-19 poses to domestic violence and child abuse.
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Stop It Now! provides an excellent resource outlining 10 principals to remember when talking to children about sexuality.
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Online learning is one of the biggest adjustments we’ve had to make due to COVID-19.
The fourth WONCA COVID-19 webinar focuses on Family Violence. Not only have some of the risk factors greatly increased by the lockdown, economic crisis, and social isolation, but also the availability of specialized services and ways of accessing them have changed significantly. The aims of the webinar are to give an overview of family violence highlighting aspects related to the pandemic and offer practical tools useful to family doctors in daily practice, as well as in the current situation.
The National Center for Victims of Crime host this webinar provides an overview of how COVID-19 impacts domestic violence and child sexual abuse victims. It also shares strategies advocates can use to assist victims of domestic violence during the pandemic. The webinar is presented by Tamara Chapman-Wagner, the Deputy Director for the Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.