Library of 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. While we carefully review each resource, inclusion in this library does not mean that we endorse or recommend the resource. Please review any resource carefully for relevance to your own personal situation.
To find resources, enter the title, a portion of the title or any key word to bring up all relevant resources.
Please note that we are always happy to learn of a new resource for sexual abuse prevention and invite anyone to forward resources to us for review.
|Befrienders Worldwide: Organization||
Worldwide resources for suicide counseling and support
|Bishop Accountability: Organization||
Website documenting child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church.
|Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC, 1.800.841.8371): Organization||
Organization offering free, confidential services to survivors of sexual assault and violence, their friends and families, and professionals ages 12 and older. Also has information on sexual violence as well as opportunities for advocacy. Their 24-hour hotline can be reached at: 1.800.841.8371.
|Boys Town National Hotline (1.800.448.3000): Organization||
Crisis and support line for children, youth and their parents, 24/7 and Spanish available. Multi-topic and issue assistance.
|Breaking Free: Organization||
Minnesota-based organization helping women and girls escape prostitution and sexual exploitation through advocacy, direct services, housing, and education.
|Building Rapport With Commercially Exploited Youth (Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs)||
Article on building rapport with commercially exploited youth.
|California Coalition on Sexual Offending: Organization||
Professional organization for those working with sex offenders and adults and youth with sexual behavior problems in the state of California.
|Center for Sex Offender Management (CEPP)||
National clearinghouse for information about the management of sex offenders.
|Center on Children and the Law (American Bar Association)||
American Bar Association group promoting access to justice for children and their families.
|Child Abuse Statistics (Jim Hopper)||
Webpage with statistics, research, and resources about child abuse by Jim Hopper, Ph.D.
|Child Helpline International: Helplines by Country||
Listing of Child Helplines by country.
|Child Molestation Research and Prevention Institute: Organization||
Information on the prevention and response to child sexual abuse, includes resources for treatment and healing.
|Child Sexual Abuse: Coping with the Emotional Stress of the Legal System (National Child Traumatic Stress Network)||
Guidebook on helping children and adolescents cope with stress while involved in legal action.
|Child Welfare Information Gateway: Organization||
National clearinghouse of publications and resources related to laws on child abuse and neglect.
|Childhelp (1.800.4ACHILD): Organization||
Provides 24/7 assistance in 170 languages to adults, children and youth with information and questions regarding child abuse. All calls are anonymous and confidential.
|Children with Sexual Behavior Problems (ATSA)||
Facts and information page about Children with Sexual Behavior Problems.
|Christian Pedophile: Organization||
Resource for Christian pedophiles who are non-offending and are looking to lead lives according to the teachings of Jesus.
|Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants - Sex Offenders Restored Through Treatment (CURE-SORT): Organization||
Information, resources, and referrals for adults offending or at-risk to offend.
|Clergy as Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect: Summary of State Laws (Child Welfare and Information Gateway)||
State statutes fact sheet with information on when and in what states clergy members (including priests, rabbis, ministers, and other religious practitioners) are required to report child abuse.
|Club Care Campaign: USA Gymnastics||
USA gymnastic's program to keep children and youth safe in extra-curricular and competitive gymnastic's environments.