Children often don’t have the words to disclose that they have been sexually abused, or choose to remain silent because they fear they won’t be believed. This series is designed to inform, guide, and educate caregivers to safeguard children from online and in-person grooming, help create a safe space to support and validate a child’s disclosure of sexual abuse, and be a healing presence for them in the event sexual abuse has occurred. From RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network and the National Sexual Assault Helpline) and No Limit Generation.
Safety Net Project – technology safety for survivors of violence
Website with tech safety tips, stalkerware, location tracking, phone safety, online privacy, personal data privacy, connected devices in your home, and apps. Also has information about tech safety with sexual assault, and teens with technology.
Mental Health is Health
Website that can help you or when you're supporting a friend. Tips for taking care of your mental health and helping you feel your best.
Myths and Facts: Sexual abuse of boys and men
Information from 1 in 6, a support center for male victims and survivors.