“How Can I Help Prevent Child Sexual Abuse?”
Parents and other caring adults can play a vital role in preventing child sexual abuse and supporting young survivors. Want to learn more? Join Cleveland Rape Crisis Center for a three-part series where parents, caregivers, and educators can gain skills to prevent child sexual abuse from happening to their children and others in their community.
Free. Registration is required.
On Zoom. Meeting links will be provided after registration.
Check back soon for upcoming dates!
BLAB-IT: It’s hard to know what to say when a child discloses to you. In this session, we will focus on how to respond if a survivor tells you about their sexual abuse or sexual assault.
Bystander Intervention: Participants will learn how to safely intervene in potentially harmful situations, and how to teach their children to do the same.
Consent, Coercion & Boundaries: In this session, we will define consent and coercion, and discuss how to talk with our kids about these topics.
Questions? Please contact Joshua Hill at JoshuaH@ClevelandRCC.org.
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center provides virtual and in-person programming about child sexual abuse and a variety of other topics. Request an Education Program or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.