Just as we, at Saprea, want to be a part of your efforts to prevent child sexual abuse, you also benefit from having a supportive circle around you to help you keep your child safe. Your support circle can be extra sets of eyes and ears to look out for you and your child. Additionally, it’s a benefit to your child to have healthy, positive relationships with trusted adults. We encourage you to be open about your goal to protect your child from sexual abuse and to have ongoing conversations about ways to reduce the risk.
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