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Abuse Outside the Family No topics

Fifty to fifty-five percent of child sexual abuse is by someone outside the family that the child and the family know and trust. Parents have in some way given these offenders permission to be with their kids and their trust has been violated. The good news is that parents can quickly and easily remove their children from harm's way in these cases because the offender has no rights. But these cases will typically be investigated by law enforcement and may result in criminal proceedings which can last a year or more, delaying the start of true healing for the victimized children and their families. This is a place to connect with others who have walked this path before you and receive the understanding, support, guidance, and encouragement you will likely need along the way.
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