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How to Help

Child sexual abuse is a crime of secrecy which, tragically, spreads within our communities because it’s difficult to talk about. That’s why conversation — openly discussing this issue — is the most effective tool we have to eradicate child abuse.

Adults must be courageous to discuss this issue openly. You can push discomfort and fear aside to talk openly about this issue, to start a dialogue about it, and to combat the secrecy that enables child abuse. You can also inspire others to talk openly about it. We believe that the eradication of child abuse begins with building informed, empowered communities with the courage to talk openly about child abuse.

Start the discussion today by downloading this information card.

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Did you know:

Out of 58,432 child victims served at a CAC in Texas during state fiscal year 2018, 98%

KNEW their alleged perpetrator.