Stewards of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training
Traditionally programs have been designed to prevent child sexual abuse by teaching children to protect their bodies and to tell an adult if they were ever touched inappropriately. While this is important information for children to know, there is no proof that these programs have long-term eﬀectiveness in reducing the rate of child sexual abuse. Further, we know that 90% of child molesters are known and trusted by their victims. It puts undue pressure on children to take on responsibility for protecting themselves.
A child is not capable of protecting himself or herself. It is the responsibility of adults to protect children from sexual abuse, just as adults are responsible for protecting children when they ride in a vehicle, or when childhood vaccines are required.
If you are a provider of programming and services for children, youth and families, your organization can play a critical role in protecting the lives of children. You can help put an end to child sexual abuse by training your staff and volunteers in the Stewards of Children Training.
Prevention is possible. By participating in the solution, every adult can be a part of a cultural change to end child sexual abuse.
FACTOR General Collaborative Meets the
4th Monday Each Month at Grace Evangelical Church
164 Flat Creek Trail, Fayetteville.
Lunch & Networking 11:30 AM.
Program at Noon. (see News & Meetings page for details)
FACTOR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Fayette County Family Connection collaborative umbrella organization and is part of GA Family Connection Network, a statewide public/private network working to improve the quality of life for Georgia's children, families, and communities.
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