Amid COVID-19 measures, child abuse may be on the rise. This Child Abuse Prevention Month, take time to educate yourself on the issue to prevent future abuse.
Washington, D.C. “look back” window for childhood sexual abuse survivors closes May 2, 2021. Some survivors are running out of time to file a claim.
Prompted by Boy Scouts abuse cases, a new California bill would require youth organizations to enact child abuse prevention policies to receive insurance.
The Dioceses of Tucson and Archdiocese of Los Angeles have been named in a racketeering lawsuit. The dioceses are accused of concealing sex abuse allegations.
Utah lawmakers passed a bill to regulate youth residential treatment facilities less than a month after Paris Hilton testified on behalf of abuse survivors.
As part of bankruptcy proceedings, the Minnesota Diocese of Winona-Rochester has agreed to pay $21.5 million to 145 clergy abuse survivors.