August 12-13 || What to do if a child discloses abuse to a peer
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Abuse victims often struggle to disclose what has happened to them, especially children. This struggle may be due to fear or shame, but studies show it is easier for children to disclose abuse to a trusted person. In adolescence, that is often another peer. This makes it important to educate children about what to do if a friend discloses abuse. Teach children the importance of not keeping unsafe secrets, and how to help their friends by sharing these “secrets” with a trusted parent or other adult. For more information, read the VIRTUS® article “Barriers Minors Face to Disclosing Child Sexual Abuse” at

Read the VIRTUS® article “Barriers Minors Face to Disclosing Child Sexual Abuse” here.


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