Darkness to Light: End Child Sexual Abuse
Step 3: Talk About It: Have open conversations with children about our bodies, sex, and boundaries.
Children growing up in a digital world need extra tools to stay safe from predators. The resources on this website have been compiled to empower parents, educators, child-care providers, and community members to protect children against sex trafficking and other forms of child sexual abuse. Many things can increase a child's vulnerability, such as unhealthy relationships, unfiltered social media or internet access, exposure to pornography, sexting, bullying, substance abuse, homelessness, low self-confidence, etc. With increased awareness and education, you can help Montana children become resistant to all forms of sexual exploitation.
Archived: School-Based SEL as a Foundation for Abuse Prevention: A State and Schools Collaboration in GA