This toolkit is designed to aid Sexual Assault Counselors and Advocates in introducing the topic of Crime Victims Compensation to sexual assault victims as part of their healing process.
 
A Tool for Recovery

This book is part of a sexual abuse prevention series designed to prevent non-parental sexual abuse. It is the result of years of research on sexual abuse and pedophile tendencies. This Book Covers:

- Myths and facts of sexual abuse
- Molester psychology
- How the damage occurs
- Why children don’t tell
- The psychology of abuse-what makes it click
- What makes kids a hard target
- How to abuse proof your child
- Avoiding suggestive questioning
 
A Parents Guide to Sexual Abuse Prevention

This protocol was designed as a guide for criminal justice and health care practitioners who respond to victims of sexual assault.
 A National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations: Adults/Adolescents

Adapted from the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault guide, this guide for survivors includes definitions related to civil lawsuits, information on the advantages and disadvantages of filing a civil suit, personal, financial and legal factors. The guide also discusses the role of an attorney and how to select an attorney. Civil lawsuit procedures are outlined and explained.
 
A Guide to Civil Lawsuits: Practical Considerations for Survivors of Rape and Childhood Sexual Abuse

This resource lists summaries of state statutes on access to emergency contraception.
 
50 State Summary of Emergency Contraception Laws

"This monograph will explore different psychological and behavioral responses to sexual violence and why these responses appear to be 'counterintuitive' to the general public."
Victim Responses to Sexual Assault: Counterintuitive or Simply Adaptive?

This is a guide for parents on what to do and how to respond if your child has been exploited through the internet. It offers information about warning signs as well as tips on how to prevent this from happening to your child.
What to Do If Your Child Is Being Sexually Exploited on the Internet

This guide is designed to help you better understand the mandated reporter statute and to outline appropriate actions you should take if you know or suspect a child is being abused or neglected.This guide includes information on:- The process for reporting suspected child maltreatment- The partnership with law enforcement, child protection and licensing agencies- Conditions of neglect and abuse that should be reported- Some behaviors and characteristics of children and families who may need help- Relevant state statutes.Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: A Resource Guide for Mandated Reporters

This resource provides a list of guidelines for campuses to use when developing sexual assault policies and protocols.Recommended Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexual Assault Response and Prevention on Campus

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