Pedophilia and Sexual Abuse Resources

  1. All These YearsTori Amos Inspired Site for Survivors of Rape, Abuse & Incest. RAINN supportive offering Information, Statistics, Chat Room and Forum.
  2. National Organization on Male Sexual VictimizationAn organization of diverse individuals committed through research, education, advocacy, and activism to the prevention, treatment and elimination of all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men.
  3. The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)Provides essential information about stopping various forms of sexual abuse.
  4. Breaking the Cycle – Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Seminars
  5. Parents For Megan’s LawInformation regarding Megan’s Law and mandatory sex offender registration.
  6. Sexual Abuse of MalesBy Jim Hopper, Ph.D.
  7. Child Sexual AbuseBy Linda Cain
  8. KIDSRIGHTS’ Child Sexual Abuse Support CenterIncludes articles, the latest news, Web sites of organizations focused on stopping child sexual abuse, as well as other facts and misconceptions.
  9. The Secrecy of Child Sexual AbuseBy Dr. Nancy Faulkner
    Additional Resources:
  10. Amie.OrgInformation and support for abuse and rape survivors. Includes photography portfolio, radical relationship concepts, other women’s voices, and travel adventures.
  11. Breaking the SilenceProvides information about awareness, and how to help a family member or friend cope with sexual assult.
  12. Canadian Centre for Abuse AwarenessProvides assistance to programs for child abuse awareness and prevention efforts as well as to programs for adult survivors of abuse.
  13. Healing and Thriving after TraumaProvides information about child abuse and sexual assault trauma. Includes tips on choosing a therapist.
  14. InteractiveTheatre.orgResources for people interested in the use theatre as an educational tool to fight rape and sexual assault.
  15. Jesus Loves U 2Includes information about child sexual abuse, survival issues, offenders, and abuse prevention, as well as statistics, safety tips and abuse indicators.
  16. Men Can Stop RapeEmpowers male youth and the institutions that serve them to work as allies with women in preventing rape and other forms of men’s violence.
  17. Mona’s ClosetA journal written by a woman who has survived molestation.
  18. National Clearinghouse on Marital and Date RapeWomen’s History Library.
  19. New York City Alliance Against Sexual AssaultProviding leadership in creating a society in which rape and sexual abuse are not tolerated.
  20. Nowhere to Hide: Retaliation Against Women in Michigan StateDocuments the stories of women inmates who have been raped by guards in Michigan prisons are suffering retaliation from their attackers.
  21. One In Four Walk Across AmericaA walk across the United States to raise awareness about sexual assault.
  22. A Place For MeA woman’s story about overcoming child abuse, abandonment, domestic violence, rape and substance abuse.
  23. ape Recovery Help and InformationHelpful resources including an on-line newsletter and an email support group.
  24. The Sad Orphan Web Site200 nonfiction short stories of children who were abused in state protective custody.
  25. Sarah’s Survivor PageLinks, poetry and support for survivors.
  26. Self Defense Tips, Tricks and AdviceSafety information for women.
  27. Sexual Assault Information PageProvides information concerning acquaintance rape, child sexual abuse/assault, incest, rape, ritual abuse, sexual assault, and sexual harassment.
  28. Sexual Assault Support Services of Lane CountyA non-profit agency which provides 24-hour crisis intervention, support services and community education in Lane County, Oregon.
  29. Sexualt Assault Care CentreProvides information on and helps survivors, families and friends.
  30. Silent EdgeResources and information about sexual abuse and harassment in figure skating and other sports.
  31. Understanding the Survivor of RapeInformation for survivors of acquaintance rape and therapists treating these women.
  32. The White BalloonInformation, support and sharing experiences of recovery for sexual assault survivors.
  33. White Tiger Street Defense: Womens Self Defence Martial ArtsSpecialists in personal safety issues for womens self defence, self defense techniques, and workplace violence prevention education programs in Canada and the United States.
  34. Women Face Their Own Crisis Documents the high rate of crimes of violence against women in Pakistan.
  35. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children 407 South Dearborn, Suite 1300Chicago, IL 60605(312)
  36. Child Help USA15757 North 78th StreetScottsdale, AZ 85260(800)
  37. National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect InformationU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesP.O. Box 1182Washington, D.C. 20013(800)
  38. National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenCharles B. Wang InternationalChildren’s Building699 Prince StreetAlexandria, VA
  39. Prevent Child Abuse America332 South Michigan Ave., Suite 1600Chicago, IL 60604(800)
  40. Adult Survivors of Child AbuseThe Morris Center(847)
    Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center1240 S. DamenChicago, IL 60608(312)
  41. MOTHERS AGAINST SEXUAL ABUSE, MASAP.O. Box 371Huntersville, NC 28070E-mail:
  42. Stop It Now!351 Pleasant Street, Suite B319Northampton, MA 01060Helpline: 1-888-PREVENT (1-888-773-8368)Tel: (413) 587-3500 Fax: (413) 587-3505E-mail
  43. Way2Hope6966 Sunrise Blvd # 173Citrus Heights, Ca.
  44. Sexual Abuse of Children, Child Pornography and Paedophilia on the


Recommended Articles

  1. Trust Betrayed: Sexual Abuse by Teachers: An excellent series of articles with resources and links. “The project involved scores of interviews with state and local education and law-enforcement officials, other experts, teachers, principals, parents, and victims, as well as an extensive review of court documents, journal articles, and public-policy records. That research, with independent, follow-up reporting, led to the creation of a database of 244 cases that were active in either criminal or civil courts or being handled by school district investigators. In addition, Education Week reporters surveyed officials from each of the 50 states on their laws and policies on sexual relations with students and the reporting of alleged abuse by school employees.”
  2. Responding to Complaints of Sexual Abuse by Carol Shakeshaft, School Administrator, October 1994, Number 9 Vol. 51. Article drawn from a forthcoming book, In Loco Parentis: Sexual Abuse in Schools, to be published by Routledge.
    When the Abuser is an Educator. School Administrator, October 1994, Number 9 Vol. 51. By Bill Graves, Education Writer, The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon. Dealing with Sex Abuse Allegations Becomes a All-Too-Common Task for School Leaders.
  3. The Psychodynamics of School Sexual Abuse Investigations. Published in the School Administrator, October 1994, Number 9 Vol. 51. By Mary Jo McGrath, Attorney, Santa Barbara, California. An Attorney’s Inside Look. Sexual abuse of school children by educators is far more prevalent than we would like to believe.
  4. Gebser v. Lago Vista Indepdendent School District (Decided June 22, 1998). Links to summaries and full version of case holding that, under Title XIX, school district is only liable to a student for sexual harassment or abuse of a teacher if it has actual notice.
    Summary of Gebser prepared by the National Organization of Women
  5. Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education: Student on Student Sexual Harassment. On May 24, 1999, the United States Supreme Court that a student can sue a school board under Title IX, 20 U.S.C. § 1681(a) in cases of student-on-student harassment. The remedy under Title IX is only available, however, where the school is deliberately indifferent to the sexual harassment, the school has actual knowledge, and the harassment is so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it can be said to deprive the victims of access to the educational opportunities or benefits provided by the school. The student alleged that a fellow fifth grader sexually harassed her on several occasions in class. After complaining to three teachers and the principal, the student filed suit under Title IX. The Court reasoned that the regulatory scheme under Title IX gave adequate notice to the school board that it could be held liable for the actions of those under its control.
  6. Opinion below: Davis v. Monroe County Bd. of Educ., 120 F.3d 1390 (11th Cir. (Ga.) Aug. 21, 1997). The Davis case only addresses claims brought under Federal law. State law remedies for negligence may also be available to students who are victimized by other students if the school “knew or should have known” of the harassment.
  7. National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact (1997), Amending the Child Abuse
  8. Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Act (“CAPTA” 1993), including: Subchapter VI: Child Abuse Crime Information and Background Checks 42 U.S.C. § 5119. Reporting child abuse crime information § 5119a. Background checks § 5119b.
    Sets up nationwide network to facilitate the state-to-state sharing of criminal record information for individuals who work with children. Provides guidelines for requesting the information. Voluntary participation by the states has as yet prevented effective implementation of the goals of the 1993 amendments despite economic incentives built into the 1997 Act.
  9. Volunteers for Children Act Public Law 105-251 (1998). 1998 Amendment to the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact (1997) including TITLE II: National Criminal History Access and Child Protection Act. Authorizes criminal record checks for employees or volunteers of entities that work with children even if a state has not subscribed to the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact described above.
  10. American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law on the issue of Tort Law report to the Task Force on Child Sexual Abuse of the National Collaboration for Youth entitled “Criminal History Record Checks: A Report for Non-Profits,” (April 1991). Discusses legal liability issues relating to performing background checks. Argues that if an organization has the capacity to access criminal record information, a legal duty to investigate those records will probably exist. However, liability is most likely based upon all the facts and circumstances, not just the failure to conduct a background check. This conclusion is consistent with the 1997 and 1998 CAPTA amendments.
  11. “What Principals Should Know About Child Abuse,” Principal, November 19__, pp. 9-14. (To order back issues of Principal magazine, call NAESP’s Educational Products Department, 1-800-38-NAESP.)
  12. Statistics about Child Abuse Offenders and Victims. Statistics and facts documented with citations to articles in the research literature and from the Dept. of Justice.
    The Importance of Educating Children to Prevent Abuse:
  13. Op-ed piece: Sex Education Helps Keep Kids Safe From Abuse. “If sex is never talked about . . then children will be very reluctant to tell if they’ve been abused.” By Patricia Wass, Coordinator of Sexual Assault Crisis Services at the Susan B. Anthony Project in Torrington, Connecticut.
  14. What is Child Sex Abuse? A guide to teach children personal safety rules to reduce the risk of sexual abuse. “Children are best protected by giving them the knowledge and skills necessary for their safety and well-being.” Includes list of recognized symptoms of child sexual abuse.

Information, Articles, & Research
Assistance and Resources for Abusers
Assistance and Resources for Survivors
Treatment and Resource Links
Internet and Sexual Addiction
Dangers of the Internet
Theories of Deviation
Audio Lectures
Matthew Rosenberg’s Interview for Psychology Today Radioshow
Sex Offender Therapists
High Risk Behaviors
Sexually Reactive Children
Topic of the Week
Topic of the week
How to Seek Professional Help
Understanding, Assessing, and Treating Sexual Offenders, new PDF download option
Victims of Sexual Abuse
The Management of Sexual Offenders
Standards of Practice for Professionals
Research and Articles
Books, Research, Journal, and Author Reference Room

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