Child sexual abuse survivors may have more time to file a lawsuit against an abuser under the discovery rule. Learn more about your legal options today.
Sexual predators use a process called grooming to build an emotional connection with victims. Learn more about sexual grooming and behaviors to look for.
Some crimes, such as assault, can lead to criminal charges and civil claims. Learn the difference between these types of cases and what it means for victims.
Each state designates certain individuals to report suspected child abuse. Learn more about mandated reporters and how they can help children in crisis.
Child sexual abuse survivors often experience long-lasting physical and/or psychological effects. Learn about the most common effects related to sexual abuse.
Child sexual abuse victims often display physical or emotional signs of abuse. Learn how to recognize these signs and respond to suspected abuse.
Statistics show that child sexual abuse is a widespread problem. We offer information for survivors, researchers and victim advocates.
There are many types of sexual violence and abuse. Learn about the different types and find resources to better understand these complex topics.
Child sexual abuse is a global problem with long-term consequences for victims. Get information on child sex abuse, abuser tactics, and how to report abuse.