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Re-think Sex Education 

If you work with kids (especially kids from vulnerable populations) you must assume that some will be abuse survivors by the time they hear you talk about puberty, consent & healthy relationships.

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Improve Quality of Life 

As a sexual abuse survivor, there are some days when everything feels like a challenge. And that there is no one safe to turn to. It doesn’t have to be that way.

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Respond Better to Trauma

As a provider, you don’t want to say the wrong thing but silence is worse. But it can be hard to know how to ask, what to say and how to respond.