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Survivor Biographies

Date: September 26, 2013 Author: jcacvista Categories: Blog

Last week we provided a list of books recommended for victims of child sexual abuse. This week, we are featuring some books written by child sexual abuse survivors who share their stories through biographies. It is important to keep in mind that books should be used with therapy and not in place of counseling services….

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Reading Resources

Date: September 18, 2013 Author: jcacvista Categories: Blog

After a child discloses sexual abuse, caregivers may have many questions about what happens next. Here is a list of books that can be helpful to a family where a child is a victim of sexual abuse. It is important to keep in mind that books should be used with therapy and not in place…

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Cyberbullying: What It Is and How to Protect Your Children

Date: September 13, 2013 Author: jcacvista Categories: Blog

The internet has brought along many conveniences. Shopping, searching and being social have all become accessible with the click of an icon. Unfortunately, the convenience of connection has led to the development of something that negatively affects 1 in 3 children: cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is done online or through cell phones. Like its counterpart and predecessor,…

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2012 NCA Report is IN!

Date: September 6, 2013 Author: jcacvista Categories: Blog

The National Children’s Alliance annual report for 2012 was recently released! Not only has NCA expanded CAC development in underserved areas, but there has also been an increase in community awareness and advocacy! The National Children’s Alliance is an organization that advocates and helps communities in providing a multi-disciplinary approach and comprehensive response to victims…

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