Dealing with the aftermath of child abuse is difficult for the children, parents, and caregivers involved in the aftermath.
Thankfully, there are tried and true methods of coping, as well as ways to help prevent abuse.
Below are resources and tips on how to help prevent child abuse and move forward if it happens.
- Steps to help your child heal after assault or abuse
- How to find a therapist and ask the right questions
- What to think, who to tell, how to feel, and more for parents dealing with child abuse
- 9 common reactions caregivers have to child abuse
- Short and long-term effects of abuse on children and teens
- How parents can deal with bullying and harassment of their child
- Ways you can talk with your children about personal safety
- 10 victim’s rights under Indiana state law
Child abuse prevention training programs for schools, churches, and other youth-first groups
Use the training locator below to find the closes training program for your county. Fill out the form to request more information on scheduling a training.