Parents of Minor Victims and Survivors No topics
Minors need their parents and other surrounding adults to protect them from sexual abuse and to report to the authorities in the unfortunate case that abuse does occur. But most parents are in shock when they find out their child has been abused and often don't know where to turn or what to do. And even after law enforcement and child protective services are involved, parents typically have no idea what to expect in the days, weeks, and months to come as forensic interviews, investigations, covert phone calls, criminal charges, court proceedings, plea bargains, trials, and the need for therapy for their children and themselves all unfold in a flurry of activity. We are providing this space for parents to learn what to do and what to expect from those who have walked this road before them and to find encouragement and hope in the process.
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