It’s not always obvious when someone you care about has been affected by sexual violence. Learning the warning signs for children, teens, and college-age adults can help you know when to act.
Whether you are a parent, professor, administrator, or student—you can make a difference in someone’s life by noticing the warning signs of sexual assault and abusive relationships.
If you are involved in the lives of adolescents, you can learn to recognize warning signs that a teen has been sexually assaulted or abused.
Learning the warning signs of child sexual abuse is often the first step to protecting a child that is in danger. If you can spot sexual abuse, you can stop it.