At BCAC, we know all too well the impact that silence can have on a child. Because abuse is a crime of opportunity and secrecy, responsible adults need to take the initiative to have conversations – with children and the community – about child sexual abuse. It’s a difficult conversation, but we’re here to help you.
In 2015, we documented an experiment in talking to the public about child sexual abuse. In three parts, the video series below shines a light on the importance being proactive in having conversations about abuse. If adults won’t talk about it, how can we expect children to?
BCAC trains professionals, youth-serving organizations, and community groups to protect themselves, their organizations, and the children in their care.
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