Just as there are strategies you can use to prevent your child from getting sick or sustaining injuries in a car accident, there are precautions that you can take to minimize the risk of child sexual abuse. Oftentimes your child may be in a risky situation without you even realizing it. We’ll help you identify risky situations that you can address with family rules, increased communication, or monitoring of online activity to keep your kids healthy, happy, and safe.
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