Library of Resources
Stop It Now! has the practical, hopeful and specialized resources adults need to prevent child sexual abuse. Follow the links below to review, download or order prevention materials or search for specialized resources.
We know that lack of information is a key barrier in taking a step to prevent child sexual abuse. That's why we've also made available a searchable database of the resources used by our Helpline staff as an additional tool for understanding child sexual abuse and taking actions to prevent it.
To find resources, enter the title, a portion of the title or any key word to bring up all relevant resources.
Publications by the Center of Sex Offender Management.
|Protecting Children from Sexual Overstimulation (Lucy Daniel's Institute)||
An article for parents and caregivers about how to protect children from overstimulation.
|Promoting Awareness/Victim Empowerment (PAVE): Organization||
Promoting social awareness and outreach programming for survivors of sexual abuse.
|Project Roar: Organization||
Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about child sexual abuse by providing prevention workshops, community presentations, and lessons to children.
|Preventing Child Maltreatment: A Guide to Taking Action and Generating Evidence (WHO)||
A comprehensive guide for law enforcement, social workers, medical personnel, and other professionals on how to define, prevent, and detect child abuse, and how to provide resources to victims and their families.
|Preventing Abuse: Research and Resources (NSPCC)||
Research and resources: child protection safeguarding information, advice, and research.
|Prevent Child Abuse America: Organization||
An organization for the prevention of child abuse.
|Preparing Children to Testify (Hawaii.gov)||
An article for parents and caregivers about how to prepare your child to testify in a courtroom.
An organization fighting to eradicate trafficking and modern slavery, and restore freedom to survivors.
|Partners of Sex Addicts Resource Center (POSARC): Organization||
A privately run website and coaching resource with online information for partners of adults with sex addiction. Lists national support groups.
|Parents Whose Children Have Been Sexually Abused (Daily Strength Chat Boards)||
Online chat board for non-offending parents and caregivers of a child who has been sexually abused. This site is not professionally managed or facilitated.
|Parents for Megan's Law (1.888.ASK.PFML) and the Crime Victim's Center: Organization||
Provides a 24 hr hotline (1.800.ASK.PFML or 1.631.689.2672), support, information and victim advocacy services to help answer questions about sex offenders and children's safety. Also has links to sex offender registry and for reporting sex offenders.
|Parents Anonymous: Organization||
Organization dedicated to strengthening the family and preventing child abuse and neglect. Also has a helpline for parents, providing emotional support from a trained advocate: 1.855.4APARENT or 1.855.427.2736
|Parenting Safe Children: Organization||
Workshops for parents and professionals on keeping children safe from sexual abuse.
|Parenting Children Surviving Sexual Abuse (Surviving Child Sexual Abuse)||
Article by Michael Merrick, M.S., L.M.S.W. and Betsy Allen, M.A., L.M.S.W.
|Parenting as a Survivor (The Mama Bear Effect)||
Guide to potential triggers of parenting for adult survivors of child sexual abuse and how to cope with them.
|Parenting a Sexually Abused Child (Children's Health Network)||
Brief guide to potential behavior problems in survivors of child sexual abuse, why children may act this way, and healthy ways to support a child through them.
|Parenting a Child who has been Sexually Abused: A Guide for Foster and Adoptive Parents (Child Welfare Information Gateway)||
Information to help parents of sexually abused children respond to their children in healthy parenting ways
|Parental Guidance: Organization||
Consumer's guide to internet filtering software.
|Parent's Sex Ed Center (Advocates For Youth)||
Expert advice for parents to communicate accurately with their children about sexuality and sexual topics