We know that education is the key to moving forward in protecting children from sexual predators and helping survivors of CSA begin the healing process. For these reasons we have tried to provide a thorough list of resources as tools for understanding CSA and taking measures to prevent it.
The following resources are a combination of sites we know and work with professionally, as well as some that we have found to have material to aid survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
At Together We Heal, we do our best to provide the highest standard quality resources for survivors of CSA. While we offer information about the following organizations and include their website information, the views presented at these sites are not necessarily those of Together We Heal. We do not continually monitor these sites, so we can make no claims about the quality or accuracy of opinions and information you might find.
US National Sexual Assault Hotline – 1-800-656-HOPE
Free, confidential, 24-hour hotline
National Child Abuse HOTLINE – 1-800-4-A-CHILD — (800 / 422-4453)
Crisis Counselors Available 24/7
www.suicidehotlines.com/canada.html – Canada Suicide & Crisis Hotlines
www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/registry/registry – Sex Offender Registry Page
We check that the links are still active regularly, but if you find any broken ones, please contact us.
Together We Heal (TWH) and its no-fee mental health counseling services follows a strict confidentiality policy. Your written permission will be required to release information to other parties (i.e. spouse, family members, or outside institutions). In an effort to maintain professional standards, your counselor may discuss specifics of your situation with other mental health professionals as part of TWH consultation to ensure that appropriate services are provided to you.