Unifying the CAC Response to Child Sexual Exploitation
NCA created and maintains an online resource and video training series to break the silence and bring hope for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC)—children who often go unidentified and are underserved. The video training series provides valuable information on research, prevalence, screening and identification, promising interventions and treatments, and highlights CAC success stories, as well as provides information on how CACs can begin serving these children. See this resource at CSEC-Response.org.
ChildVictimWeb is a multimedia, online training resource designed for professionals from all disciplines who work with children and adolescents who have experienced or witnessed serious violence. This course describes:
The prevalence and characteristics of different forms of victimization often experienced in childhood;
The psychological, behavioral, social, and health consequences, and implications for practice;
Assessment strategies, evidence-based approach to treatment planning, trauma-informed case management skills, and information about evidence-supported treatments.
One with Courage was developed by CACs of Texas.
Myths about Child Sexual Abuse
"Social acceptance of myths silences victims and encourages public denial about the true nature of this silent epidemic. Accurate information is key when confronting and preventing child abuse".
To learn more Please visit: https://www.onewithcourage.org/learn-the-signs/