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What You Need To Know

Child sexual abuse is a hidden crime that affects 1 out of 10 children nationally. In most cases, the abuse is committed by someone the child knows and trusts. The more information you have as a parent or guardian, the better you can protect your children. 

Our Darkness to Light "Stewards of Children" training course is a powerful tool that any parent or adult who works with children will find effective in recognizing and reporting child sexual abuse. After you complete the "Stewards of Children" training, you will have to the confidence to speak to your children about abuse, how to recognize and react to the warning signs, and how to advocate for your child at home, school, and in your community. 

If you suspect your child or another child may be the victim of child abuse or neglect, your first step is report the abuse. There are experts available 24/7 to assist, and all adults are mandated by law to report suspicions of child abuse or neglect.


Click Here for information on reporting child abuse or neglect. 


Amazon makes it easy to support Hope Haven while doing your online shopping!  By clicking on the AmazonSmile link, you can designate Hope Haven as your beneficiary of choice when shopping on Amazon.  Hope Haven will automatically receive .5% of your online purchases, donated quarterly from Amazon.  


Please note that you will need to access AmazonSmile instead of Amazon directly for us to receive the benefit.  Smile has all of the same products at the same prices, only difference is that Hope Haven will benefit!  These contributions are not tax deductible as they'll be coming directly from Amazon. 

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