The Governors Task Force Abuse Learning Center

The Key to Prevention is Knowing

Protecting children is everyone’s responsibility. It takes effort and a caring eye. Your preparedness and training will come in handy if you need to take action to  protect your own child or grandchild, children in your neighborhood, or your child’s friends and teammates

Trust Your Instincts

You are not expected to be an expert. Here are some resources to guide you.

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Protect Your Family

In Michigan, 92% of child abuse victims accessing centers knew their abuser.

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Be Prepared to Act

Your reaction to a child disclosing will have significance in their life.

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Seek Community

A child, raised in an equipped house, may be the one to alert an adult when a teacher or coach acts inappropriately.

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  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Signs of Abuse
    • Physical Abuse
    • Sexual Abuse
    • Neglect
  • Exposure to Pornography
  • Myths About Sexual Abuse
  • Problem Sexual Behaviors in Children
    • Problem Sexual Behavior vs. Sexually Abusive Behavior
  • Where to Fine One
  • How to Refer
  • Response to Abuse
  • Mandated Reporting

Children are great imitators, so give them something great to imitate.

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