Sexual Abuse Prevention Series for Parents

Parent and Child

“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.

Cost:
Free. Registration is required.

Location:
On Zoom. Meeting links will be provided after registration.

 

Check back soon for upcoming dates!

Session 1

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.

Session 2

Bystander Intervention: Participants will learn how to safely intervene in potentially harmful situations, and how to teach their children to do the same.

Session 3

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.

 

Want to request a program for your group or school?

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 sharonk@clevelandrcc.org to learn more.