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Newsletter Archives

Stop It Now!® publishes regular e-newsletters in which we report on our programming, as well as current education, research, and policy innovations in the field of child sexual abuse prevention.

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Stop It Now! NEWS archives

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(Note: Some links to outside resources may no longer be active)

Spring 2015
Making a Difference - One Voice at a Time

Fall 2014
 International Prevention

Summer 2014
 A Look at the Stop It Now! Helpline

Spring 2014
 Building a Culture of Prevention

Fall 2013
 Sex Abuse Prevention for Children with Disabilities

Summer 2012
 Going Global with Prevention 

May 2012
 Survivor Follows His Heart & Youth Sports Safety

April 2012
 Children's Sexual Behaviors & Health Sexuality Resources

March 2012
 20th Anniversary & New Ask Now! Advice Column

February 2012
 Leap Forward to April & Summer Safety

January 2012
 Children Acting Out Sexually & Prevention Tools

June 2008
A Summer of Happy Memories 

March 2008 
 Knowledge Powers Prevention 

August 2007
 Stop It Now! Wisconsin Launches

March 2007
 Warning Signs are Updated

February 2007
 Policy Update: Sex Offender Management Policy 

January 2007
 Online Safety Resources

November 2006
 A Holiday Recipe for Prevention 

October 2006
 Going Global with Prevention 

October 2006
 Confronting "Overfriendly": The Foley Case 

September 2006
 Grandparents' Role in Prevention 

August 2006
 Welcome to Now! News online 
 
Stop It Now! published a regular print newsletter until 2006.

Winter 2006, Vol. 14, No. 1
 Helping Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems

Fall 2005, Vol. 13, No. 2
 PARENTtalk: A Unique Resource

Spring 2005, Vol. 13, No. 1
 Reaching the Public, Influencing Our Peers 

Fall 2004, Vol. 12, No. 3
 Celebrating Public Education  

Summer 2004, Vol. 12, No. 2
 Transition to New Leadership at Stop It Now! 

Spring 2004, Vol. 12, No. 1
 The Mind, the Body, and Child Sexual Abuse

Winter 2004, Vol. 11, No. 3
Dialogue Project Breaks New Ground

Fall 2003, Vol. 11, No. 2
Current Thinking from the Field

Spring 2003, Vol. 11, No. 1
Work with CDC Offers New Insights