Special Needs

Resources for Protecting the MOST Vulnerable

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MinistrySafe Sexual Abuse Awareness Training

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Every individual wearing a ministry's nametag while serving children or youth should complete Sexual Abuse Awareness Training, addressing: Facts vs. Misconceptions, Abuser Characteristics, the Abuser's Grooming Process, Common Grooming Behaviors, Peer-to-Peer Sexual Abuse, the Impact of Abuse and the Importance of Reporting. Those working with special needs children require additional training addressing the unique - and heightened - risk of sexual abuse for special needs children.

Protecting Vulnerable Adults

Protecting Vulnerable Adults (PVA) was founded by legal professionals and sexual abuse experts, Gregory Love and Kimberlee Norris. Through their law practice focused on sexual abuse, they recognized a vital need to equip Organizations to better protect Vulnerable Adults from sexual abuse.

The risk is real and preventable, and prevention starts with awareness.

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Child Safety System Requires All Five Parts

We offer comprehensive resources and Training to protect children from sexual abuse in your ministry program.