“I grant we should add a third category: that of the true healers. But it is a fact one doesn’t come across many of them, and anyhow it must be a hard vocation. That’s why I decided to take, in every predicament, the victim’s side, so as to reduce the damage done.” – Albert Camus

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Male Survivor Websites (links and descriptions are below)

  • The Actor’s Fund
  • The Gatehouse
  • Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Hotline
  • Healing Arts for Male Survivors
  • John Howard Society
  • Let Go Let Peace Come
  • MDI – Mentor. Discover. Inspire
  • The Men’s Project
  • National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan
  • Nirvana Now!
  • Perpetually Healing
  • Protect Our Defenders
  • Real Stories Gallery Foundation
  • Safe4athletes
  • Sexual Abuse Prevention Awareness Treatment Healing Coalition of NWO
  • The Silence to Hope Project
  • Stop Abuse Campaign
  • Strong2Survive
  • Veteran’s Administration MST Resources
  • The Victims Resource Center

Other Partners in Healing

  • ACES too high
  • Anti Violence Project
  • The Awareness Center
  • Being in Movement
  • Big Voice Pictures
  • Breathe Network
  • British Columbia Society
  • The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness (CCAA)
  • Catholic Whistleblowers
  • Child Help Partnership
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CIBC) of Ontario
  • The Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women (DAHMW)
  • Female Offenders
  • GRACE – Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment
  • It Happens to Boys Group
  • Healing From Sexual Abuse Blog
  • Just Detention International
  • Many Voices
  • Military Rape Crisis Center
  • Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
  • MSW Online Programs
  • National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse
  • The National Center for Victims of Crime
  • National District Attorney’s Association
  • The National Sexual Violence Resource Center
  • New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC)
  • Love146
  • Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s Victim Services Secretariat
  • Our Voice
  • Overcoming Sexual Abuse
  • Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)
  • PAVE | Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment
  • ORG
  • RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
  • Rape Recovery Center of Salt Lake City
  • The Safe Center
  • Safe Horizon
  • Safer Society Foundation
  • Safe Society Zone
  • The Sidran Institute
  • Social Work Degree Info
  • SOL Reform
  • Speaking out against Rape, Inc. (SOAR)
  • Spiritual Health Network
  • SNAP – The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
  • Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE)
  • Stop It Now
  • Surviving Spirit
  • Survivors Healing Center
  • Together We Heal
  • We are Many Foundation

Sites to Help Survivor’s Families

  • Bikers against Child Abuse
  • Child Friendly Faith
  • Justice 4 PA Kids
  • The National Child Protection Training Center
  • Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)
  • Reform the Statute of Limitations on Child Sexual Abuse
  • Stop Child Predators

MALE SURVIVOR WEBSITES – My hope for this website is to serve four specific purposes – #1. To encourage, support and demonstrate to other survivors that we can recover our life and not just spend our life in recovery – healing is possible. #2. To inform, educate and alert individuals and communities about exposing sexual predators, no matter who they pretend to be in public. #3. To provide useful, practical and intimate details of my healing journey with other survivors, their partners, loved ones, and those caring for them. #4. To encourage, support and inspire men who where molested as boys and/or assaulted as men, to find proven opportunities for healing, to live honest, healthier, and happier lives.

Healing Arts for Male Survivors is an online resource that allows survivors to educate themselves on art therapy, to view art therapy in action, to discover art therapy resources and have a safe place to explore and share their own art and healing. It is our experience that art therapy of all types can be a significant resource for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. This site exists to provide survivors with a safe environment and experience to share their healing arts and thus empower themselves as they share their story and recovery.

National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan – The National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan (NPEIV) is an overarching network of state, regional, and national multidisciplinary, multicultural organizations, agencies, and coalitions.

Stop Abuse Campaign The Stop Abuse Campaign has come into existence to drive abuse into extinction. We believe we can achieve this goal within 25 years. Given its magnitude, is it realistic to believe we will wake up on New Year’s Day, 2037 to an abuse-free America? Here, we will outline the nature of abuse and the means by which we will accomplish our ambitious objective.

Real Stories Gallery Foundation – Real Stories Gallery Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, facilitates contemporary storytelling and collective witness through the ARTS for the purpose of raising awareness and evoking social change. Through artistic storytelling, Real Stories works to break the silence surrounding sexualized violence directed at boys, the international sex trade in boys and human rights violations surrounding pediatric HIV/AIDS.

The Actor’s Fund – The Actors Fund is a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment. The Fund is a safety net, providing programs and services for those who are in need, crisis or transition.

Perpetually Healing –

Protect Our Defenders – We honor, support, and give voice to the brave men and women in uniform who have been raped or sexually assaulted by fellow service members. We seek to fix the military training, investigation and adjudication systems related to sexual violence, systems that often re-victimize survivors by blaming them while failing to prosecute perpetrators. Male Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma Forum


Safe4athletes’ mission is to Advocate for athlete welfare where every athlete is provided a safe and positive environment free of sexual abuse, bullying and harassment.

Nirvana Now! – Nirvana Now’s vision is that every child will grow up in a safe, loving, and stable family. Adult and child survivors of sexual abuse will be provided support services during their recovery. Nirvana Now! will lead the nation in public will to realize this vision.
Nirvana Now! Sistas Movin’ on Speak Out!

Sexual Abuse Prevention Awareness Treatment Healing Coalition of NWO – The mission of the Sexual Abuse Prevention Awareness Treatment Healing Coalition (SA PATH) of NWO is to work to eliminate all forms of child sexual abuse and sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of survivors and co-survivors in northwest Ohio. SA Path Coalition of NWO

The Coalition the 3rd Monday of each month from 11:30-1:00 at Cordelia Martin Health Center on Division @ Nebraska in Toledo Ohio. More information: [email protected] or 419.729.0245 or

The Gatehouse is a community-based agency in the west end of Toronto which offers a wide range of services for victims of child abuse and their families — notably peer-facilitated support groups for men sexually abused as boys.

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence – The Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded by a gay male survivor of domestic violence and developed through the strength, contributions and participation of the community. The mission of GMDVP is to assist and support victims and survivors of domestic violence, focusing on the GLBTQ community, to bring about responsive public policy, and to increase access to culturally competent services.

John Howard Society – Supporting Adult Men – Male Adult Survivors of Abuse, Substance Abuse, Harm Reduction, Domestic Violence and Anger Management.

Let Go Let Peace Come In – The mission of Let Go, Let Peace Come In is to bring healing, support, and awareness to the hundreds of millions of adult childhood sexual abuse survivors and their families worldwide. We plan to enact change within the healthcare systems, political systems, and societies by teaching and educating through the current technologies. We will weave our message of peace, hope, recovery and happiness into the fabric of these societies by integrating published materials with video, audio and Internet media throughout the world. And we will raise money for a non-profit fund to provide the financial assistance necessary to start survivors of childhood sexual abuse on the path to recovery “one” survivor at a time.

MDI – Mentor. Discover. Inspire. We inspire men to pursue a purpose larger than themselves; while we recognize that, to be effective, men must confront their life challenges and personal demons, we do not seek to devote our time focusing solely on the individual.

The Men’s Project, based in Ottawa ON, offers a wide range of individual and group services for men, including men who’ve been sexually abused.

Peaceful Hearts Foundation – At Peaceful Hearts Foundation, we believe every child and survivor of childhood sexual abuse should feel safe, supported, and empowered to thrive. By raising public awareness through media engagements, community events, informational campaigns, education programs, and legislative action, we seek the elimination of childhood sexual abuse from every community.

The Silence to Hope Project – focus on assisting male sexual abuse survivors who have been sexually victimized by representative of the Catholic Church in this part of South Western Ontario

Strong 2 Survive – – Strong 2 Survive is the male survivor advocacy, support, and help arm of S.D.I.A.G. Inc. We are here to help you if you or someone you know are a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or mental abuse. We know it is difficult to bring these issues into the light and we are here to help. We can provide confidential support, resource referrals, mentoring as well as advocacy services

Veteran’s Administration MST Resources

The Victims Resource Center provides a wide range of services to men, women and children who are victims of crime. These services include a 24-hour hotline, support groups, counseling and advocacy for victims. VRC also provides numerous educational programs for students of all ages, professionals and community groups.

The Victims Resource Center is private, confidential and it’s services are free. If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, VRC can help. We guide clients toward the path of healing.

Partners in Healing

ACES too high – – ACESTooHigh is a news site that reports on research about adverse childhood experiences, including developments in epidemiology, neurobiology, and the biomedical and epigenetic consequences of toxic stress. We also cover how people, organizations, agencies and communities are implementing practices based on the research. This includes developments in education, juvenile justice, criminal justice, public health, medicine, mental health, social services, and cities, counties and states.

Anti Violence Project – – The New York City Anti-Violence Project empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.

The Awareness Center – International Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault (JCASA) dedicated to addressing childhood sexual abuse in Jewish communities worldwide.

Being in Movement – is a website that focuses on body awareness and empowerment in a number of areas of application, one of which is abuse recovery. By learning how to open and balance their breathing, muscle tone and posture, abuse survivors can develop a state of calm alertness and compassionate power, which will serve as a foundation for their healing journey. All the resources on the website concerning abuse work are grouped together at

Big Voice Pictures – This is the website of documentary film producers Kathy Barbini and Simon Weinberg. Big Voice Pictures produces documentaries that give voice to emerging and cutting-edge social issues, with the intention of motivating discussion, effecting change, and offering new insights and hope for individuals, families, and communities. Most recently, Big Voice Pictures has produced the film Boys and Men Healing, which premiered during MaleSurvivor’s 12th International Conference. This documentary is about the impact that sexual abuse of boys has on both the individual and society, and the importance of healing and speaking out for male survivors to end the devastating effects. The film portrays courageous non-offending men whose arduous healing helped them reclaim their lives—while giving them a powerful voice to speak out, and take bold action toward prevention for other boys.

Breathe Network – We provide trauma-infomed, sliding-scale, holistic healing arts services to survivors of sexual violence. Healing services include, but are not limited to acupuncture, chiropractic, EMDR, massage, Reiki, yoga, body-inclusive psychotherapy, color therapy, and much more and are available to survivors of all genders.

British Columbia Society – The Society supports boys and men who have been either sexually abused or sexually assaulted at any point in their life.

The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness (CCAA) – works toward public education and awareness regarding child abuse of all kinds. They have taken a special interest in sexually abused men as an underserviced population; and they sponsor many educational workshops on issues faced by male survivors.

Catholic Whistleblowers – We are a network of current and former priests, women religious, brothers, deacons, and laypersons who actively support survivors of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Please write to us. Many of us have reported instances of sexual abuse to civil or church authorities, and we all struggle to expose the cover-up of abuse by church leadership. We are aware of how difficult it is to speak out on this issue, and we support each other in that effort.

Child Help Partnership – The Child HELP Partnership at St. John’s University was founded in 2001 with the mission of protecting children from interpersonal violence and its emotional impact. We use best practices in mental health and education to empower children, caregivers, and individuals serving them. Child Help Partnership

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CIBC) of Ontario, is a program of The Ontario Government’s Ministry of the Attorney General, Victim Services Secretariat (OVSS). This program offers financial compensation for victims of crime in Ontario, designed to cover both “pain and suffering” and costs of treatment and rehabilitation. As such, it has been of great help to many adult (male and female) survivors of sexual abuse, especially those who cannot otherwise afford private therapy. On this page there is information about a 24/7 Victim Support Line (VSL) operated by OVSS.

The Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women (DAHMW) is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, and is a member of the Maine Association of Nonprofits. DAHMW is at the forefront of today’s new perspectives on Intimate Partner Abuse and actively assists the research community. Their mission is To provide crisis intervention and support services to victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) and their families in order to help survivors recover from the trauma of IPV. We work toward the elimination of IPV by increasing public awareness and decreasing tolerance of IPV through community collaboration and education. DAHMW strives to improve the quality and safety of the lives of victims who are seeking peace in their homes and in their daily existence. provides free information to acclaimed rehab centers nationwide, and a wealth of resources on relapse and recovery. Freedom from addiction can move your life forward in powerful ways. Better health, stronger relationships, steady employment and living with purpose – these are among the rewards of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The goal of is to help people reclaim their lives. It takes courage to get help for a substance abuse disorder, and addiction is not easy to overcome – especially alone.

Female Offenders – – Female sex offenders is an area demanding much more research and education as we are beginning to realize the depth and breadth of the problem. Public awareness is desperately needed, but awareness that avoids the sensationalism that often accompanies this topic. We hope this site can be of some help in doing just that.

GRACE is a non-profit organization made up of highly trained and experienced multi-disciplinary professionals who seek to educate and empower the Christian community to identify, confront and respond to the sin of child abuse. To this end, GRACE provides: Prevention Training, Response Assistance, Consultations, Independent Investigations, Resources.

It Happens to Boys Group If you are a Man who has been abused as a child we offer free group counseling The Third Tuesday of the Month. Call 760-346-4606 to sign up

Healing From Sexual Abuse Blog – – a survivor written blog with a focus on healing

Just Detention International seeks to end sexual violence committed against men, women, and children in all forms of detention.

Many Voices is a bimonthly, internationally distributed print newsletter, founded in 1989, for people recovering from severe child abuse or trauma

Maximum Force Enterprises – Maximum Force Enterprises’ (MFE) envisions creating socially functioning and safe communities where its residents have the ability to thrive, dream, build and empower themselves without the fear of violence or harm. Visualizing neighborhoods transformed into regions that afford individuals the wherewithal to reach their maximum potential through implementation of efficient targeted collaboration, community based intervention strategies, proven systems of effective directives and the application of unweaving personal empowerment.


A MEN’S PROJECT (AMP) has links related to Men and Boys in North America seeking a just world where we: 1. No longer are hurting women and girls, as well as other men and boys, 2. Support and nurture children as parents, grandparents, allies and friends, 3. Try to take better care of our own physical and mental health, and 4. Help and encourage others who may be or feel “different” including by: Race and Ethnicity; Sexual Orientation; Gender Identity; or Other Areas.


Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center – Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center: Our unique, New York City-based program delivers comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health services and prevention education to young people aged 10 to 22. We are the largest center of its kind in the United States providing confidential, quality health care and support services to underserved and at-risk youth, regardless of their ability to pay.

MSW Online

National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse – The primary mission at NAASCA is to help abused people get into recovery. We also actively advocate for a better understanding of the many issues that surround the problem of child abuse in America.

National Center for Victims of Crime – The National Center for Victims of Crime is a nonprofit organization that advocates for victims’ rights, trains professionals who work with victims, and serves as a trusted source of information on victims’ issues. After more than 25 years, we remain the most comprehensive national resource committed to advancing victims’ rights and helping victims of crime rebuild their lives.

The National Center is, at its core, an advocacy organization committed to — and working on behalf of — crime victims and their families. Rather than focus the entire organization’s work on one type of crime or victim, the National Center addresses all types of crime.

National District Attorney’s Association –  NDAA was formed in 1950 by local prosecutors to give a focal point to advance their causes and issues at the national level. NDAA representatives regularly meet with the Department of Justice, members of Congress and other national associations to represent the views of prosecutors to influence federal and national policies and programs that affect law enforcement and prosecution.

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center serves as the nation’s principle information and resource center regarding all aspects of sexual violence. It provides national leadership, consultation and technical assistance by generating and facilitating the development and flow of information on sexual violence intervention and prevention strategies. The NSVRC works to address the causes and impact of sexual violence through collaboration, prevention efforts and the distribution of resources.

New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to ChildrenFounded in 1875, The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC) is the first child protective agency in the world. Throughout its 137 year history, The NYSPCC has sought, through the development of new and innovative programs, to meet the urgent needs of New York City’s most vulnerable children. It is with this same spirit of innovation, concern and compassion that The NYSPCC responds to the complex needs of abused and neglected children, and those involved in their care, by providing best practice counseling, legal and educational services.

Love 146 – – Love146 is an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care, prevention education, professional training and empowering movement. Slavery is still one of the darkest stories on our planet. But for us, the hope of abolition is a reality. Love146 believes in helping grow the movement of abolition while providing effective, thoughtful solutions. We believe in the power of Love and its ability to affect sustainable change. Love is the foundation of our motivation.

The mission of the OAESV is to work to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of survivors and co-survivors of sexual violence. OAESV is a coalition of sexual assault and affiliate organizations, as well as individuals throughout Ohio working to eliminate all forms of sexual violence. OAESV provides support, advocacy, and public policy information to organizations working to advocate for the rights and need of survivors and co-survivors of sexual violence.

As Ohio’s state sexual assault coalition, OAESV:

  • Serves as membership associations for local services providers
  • Advocates for improvements in laws, services, and resources for survivors of sexual violence and their service providers
  • Provides support, advocacy, policy information, and training/technical assistance

Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s Victim Services Secretariat
(the parent agency of the CICB described above)

Our Voice – In the pursuit of a community that is free of sexual violence, Our VOICE serves all individuals in Buncombe County, North Carolina, affected by sexual assault and abuse, through counseling, advocacy and education.

Overcoming Sexual Abuse – Overcoming Sexual Abuse began as a mother & daughter team, Christina Enevoldsen & Bethany Ruck, survivors of childhood sexual abuse. When we looked for an online support group, our search turned up two types of groups: The first type was extremely supportive and nurturing, but lacked any belief in or commitment to actually getting better. It was merely a place to share struggles, yet without hope of finding a way out. The second type was very uplifting and encouraging, yet gave the impression that healing was a matter of determination and positive attitude. We knew from our own healing journey that all of those were necessary to heal, but we also knew that without practical answers and tools for recovery there would be no permanent improvement. Since we didn’t find what we were looking for, we started our own group and Overcoming Sexual Abuse was born.

Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC) provides national Helpline community support and assistance on issues related to Megan’s Law, sex offender management and sexual assault prevention. We are a New York State Certified Rape Crisis Center and are funded by the U.S. Justice Department to staff the National Megan’s Law Helpline to support the community when sex offender notifications are implemented and to provide appropriate law enforcement referrals when registrants are failing to comply with registration requirements or are in positions of trust which may pose a risk to public safety.

You can contact PFML/CVC trained staff who are available to support you and your community at 1 (888) 275-7365. We would also request that you link to our website ( to provide your community with up-to-date information regarding sex offender registration and notification laws and links to sex offender registries nationwide.

PAVE | Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowermentis a 501c3 national nonprofit organization that uses social, educational and legislative tactics to shatter the silence of sexual

POKROV.ORG – A resource for survivors of abuse in the Orthodox Churches.

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization and was named one of “America’s 100 Best Charities” by Worth magazine. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE and in partnership with over 1,100 local rape crisis centers across the country. The hotline has helped more than 1.4 million people since 1994. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. For more information about RAINN, please visit

Rape Recovery Center of Salt Lake City Mission Statement: To empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence.

The Safe Center (Long Island, NY) – – The Safe Center LI is a creation of two former non-profit agencies that separately served the victims of domestic abuse and child abuse. Located in a historic Grumman building in Bethpage, it was created in 2014 through the merger of the Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect. Each had been providing services for victims of abuse for over 30 years.

Safe Horizon – – Safe Horizon is the largest victims’ services agency in the United States, touching the lives of more than 250,000 children, adults, and families affected by crime and abuse throughout New York City each year. We offer assistance to victims through 57 program locations, including shelter, in-person counseling, legal services, and more.

Safer Society Foundation – Work to engage survivors, treatment professionals, persons with sexual behavior problems, family members, friends, policy makers, researchers and educators in creating evidence-based strategies for preventing sexual abuse, supporting those who have been abused, and managing those who have abused. The Safer Society Foundation provides resources through the Safer Society Press, their National Databse of Professionals, as well as their website at

Safe Society Zone works to address sexual assault prevention in schools.

The Sidran Institute – is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of international scope that helps people understand, recover from, and treat: traumatic stress (including PTSD) dissociative disorders, and co-occurring issues, such as addictions, self injury, and suicidality.

The Sidran Institute develops and delivers educational programming resources for treatment, support and self-help trauma-informed community and professional collaboration projects and publications about trauma and recovery.

Sidran’s constituency is made up of any individuals or organizations touched by the effects of trauma, including adults, adolescents, and children who have experienced or witnessed traumatic events, supportive friends and family members, health, mental health, crisis, public safety, and victims services professionals support networks, schools, faith communities, and more.

Speaking out against Rape, Inc.® (SOAR®) runs national awareness, education and prevention programs to empower survivors of sexual violence and enhance the public’s understanding and acceptance of rape victims.

Spiritual Health Network
Through the pairing of individual abilities and philosophies (both old and new) the Spiritual Health Network educates, promotes and helps others achieve spiritual, emotional and physical health and balance. The Spiritual Health Network (SHN) is a non-profit educational organization. We are not affiliated with established religions nor do we conform to particular theological beliefs. Our foundation is grounded in the strength of the human spirit.

Social Work Degree Info – We know about social work degree programs, and our site is dedicated to helping you learn about these programs, inside and out.

SOL Reform – Reform the Statute of Limitations on Child Sex Abuse Here is What is Happening in Your State

SNAP – The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests US, national support group for women and men abused by religious authority figures.

Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) is a human rights organization that provides services, publications, and training to serve those who typically fall between the cracks of domestic violence services: straight men, GLBT victims, teens, and the elderly. We promote services for all victims and accountability for all perpetrators.

Stop It Now! prevents the sexual abuse of children by mobilizing adults, families and communities to take actions that protect children before they are harmed.

We provide support, information and resources to keep children safe and create healthier communities. Since 1992, we have identified, refined and shared effective ways for individuals, families and communities to act to prevent child sexual abuse before children are harmed – and to get help for everyone involved.

Surviving Spirit To promote Hope, Healing and Help for those impacted by trauma, abuse or mental health concerns through the use of the creative arts, a speakers’ bureau, newsletter, website, brochure, retail gallery, coffeehouse, media center and more.

Survivors Healing Center

Together We Heal – At TWH, we try to follow these two quotes as our de facto credo – To the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world. One hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child. – Anonymous

We Are Many Foundation
The “we are many foundation” helps heals and educates society concerning children who have been sexually victimized as well as adults who struggle in their current life from the horrific ordeal they experienced when it was done to them in their youth.


Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)provides national Helpline community support and assistance on issues related to Megan’s Law, sex offender management and sexual assault prevention. We are a New York State Certified Rape Crisis Center and are funded by the U.S. Justice Department to staff the National Megan’s Law Helpline to support the community when sex offender notifications are implemented and to provide appropriate law enforcement referrals when registrants are failing to comply with registration requirements or are in positions of trust which may pose a risk to public safety.

You can contact PFML/CVC trained staff who are available to support you and your community at 1 (888) 275-7365. We would also request that you link to our website ( to provide your community with up-to-date information regarding sex offender registration and notification laws and links to sex offender registries nationwide.

Reform the Statute of Limitations on Child Sexual Abuse – working towards the extension and/or removal of civil statutes of limitations for child sexual abuse. By allowing access to the courts, we can ensure that victims will get the justice that they deserve.

At the same time, experiences with statute of limitations reform in several jurisdictions have demonstrated the power of such action to allow society at large to identify predators and bring them to justice. When history has shown that child predators are generally not one-time offenders, the reform of statutes of limitations have the ability to protect the next generation of potential victims.

Stop Child Predators brings together an influential team of policy experts and community leaders with the real-world experience and a track record of proven results to achieve these goals. Numerous organizations and individuals across the country are motivated by the shared goal of protecting children and holding their victimizers accountable. Stop Child Predators seeks to harness their work and expertise by making one concerted effort to produce meaningful and immediate results. Stop Child Predators will help:

  • Parents of child victims to tell their stories
  • Law enforcement advocates to develop solutions
  • Decision makers to find stronger and more effective policies

Through outreach, education, and advocacy, Stop Child Predators is dedicated to advancing three goals in every state across the USA:

  • Penalty enhancements – Under current federal law, and in many states, offenders convicted of aggravated sexual abuse, abusive sexual contact, or sexual exploitation against children may not face imprisonment. Stop Child Predators is working with lawmakers and law enforcement to establish penalty enhancements for those found guilty of committing sexual offenses against children.
  • Integrated nationwide sex offender registry – twenty three states have lost track of between 10% and 50% of their sex offenders. Stop Child Predators is committed to promoting an efficient and seamless integrated nationwide sex offender registry that is easily accessible to all communities.
  • Victims’ representation – Stop Child Predators believes strongly in protecting the rights of and providing a voice for all victims. Victims and their families should not only be heard during the sentencing of child predators, they should also be notified prior to the offender’s release into the community.

Sites to help Parents who are Dealing with Child Who Have Been Sexually Abused or Molested

Bikers against Child Abuse
Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. We exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. We stand ready to lend support to our wounded friends by involving them with an established, united organization. We work in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children. We desire to send a clear message to all involved with the abused child that this child is part of our organization, and that we are prepared to lend our physical and emotional support to them by affiliation, and our physical presence. We stand at the ready to shield these children from further abuse. We do not condone the use of violence or physical force in any manner, however, if circumstances arise such that we are the only obstacle preventing a child from further abuse, we stand ready to be that obstacle.

Child Friendly Faith

CHILD HELP USA Exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused and neglected children.

Justice 4 PA Kids

The National Child Protection Training Center strives to significantly reduce and seek an end to child abuse, neglect and all other forms of child maltreatment in three generations through education, training, awareness, prevention, advocacy and the pursuit of justice. The Center promotes reformation of current training practices by providing an educational curriculum to current and future front-line child protection professionals around the nation so that they will be prepared to recognize and report the abuse of a child.

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