Educational Materials

Prevent Child Abuse ND offers the following materials on child sexual abuse as well as other information on child maltreatment and its prevention. [On-Line Order Form]
You can also order the materials by phone or mail.

 

Prevent Child Abuse ND
PO Box 1213
418 E. Rosser Avenue, Suite 110
Bismarck, ND 58502-1213
701-223-9052 1-800-403-9932 [Email]
Parents
C1 Sexual Abuse Steals So Much From A Child...
A. CSA Poster      B. Tips for Parents      C. Guide for Clergy  
D. Guide for Medical Professionals          E. CSA Dove Pin   
F. Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors - What's Natural &  
    Healthy     
G. CSA Magnet     H. Medical/Psychological Provider Reference Card 
J. Guide for Child Care/Pre-School Providers
  Tips for Parents Discusses good communication with children, gives the physical and behavioral signs of child sexual abuse, provides ideas to keep children safer and explains what to do if your child tells you that he or she has been abused.

Guide for Clergy Recognizing signs of child sexual abuse and what your church as a community leader can do to make a difference.

Guide for Medical Professionals
Recognizing signs of child sexual abuse, responsibilities of the medical profession and how the medical community can make a difference. Includes North Dakota resources.

Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors Definitions of natural and healthy sexual behaviors, prolematic sexual behavior in children, behaviors related to pre-school through 4th grade children, signs to look for in children that may have been sexually abused and where to get help.

Guide for Child Care/Pre-School Providers
Provides signs of child abuse and neglect that can be observed in the child care setting and what to watch for when adults/adolescents are with children. Child care providers are legally mandated reporters of suspected child abuse and neglect.

C2 Talking About Child Sexual Abuse
  Highlights the signs and behaviors in children that may indicate abuse. Provides instructions for screening babysitters and child-care centers and for reporting suspected child abuse; offers guidance to adults who were sexually abused as children; and more
C3 About Sexual Victimization of Children
  Explains forms of sexual exploitation and abuse; describes physical and behavioral signs that may indicate that a child is being exploited. Urges prevention and intervention..
C4 Basic Facts About Child Sexual Abuse
  Answers key questions about child sexual abuse and describes physical, behavioral, and conversational symptoms a sexually abused child might present. Includes factors that contribute to incestuous behavior. Ideal for raising awareness among general audiences, volunteers, and staff members.
C5 About Child Sexual Abuse
  Discusses causes and effects of sexual abuse, and what to do if it’s discovered. A good guide for parents in teaching their children self-protection techniques.
C6 The Hidden Hurt – Child Sexual Abuse
  Provides the facts every parent needs to help keep children safe from sexual victimization, plus offers supportive advice on what to do is abuse is suspected.
C7 Helping Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
  Prepares readers to protect children from abuse with easy-to-follow information on the key points of prevention: strategies for reducing the risk of abuse; characteristics of abusers; how the type of abuse happens; the damaging effects on abused children; signs that a child is being sexually abused; and actions to take if abuse is discovered.
C8 A Look At Child Sexual Abuse
  An introduction to the many aspects of sexual victimization. What is child sexual abuse? What are the characteristics of child sexual abuse? Who are the abusers? What are the effects of child sexual abuse? Includes treatment, prevention and suggested reading.
C9 You Don’t Have to Molest That Child
  Understanding thinking errors, emotions and your sexual system. Helps the potential or actual abuser make a plan of action to seek help.
G5 What a Teenager Needs to Know About Sexual Abuse
  What is sexual abuse? What does ‘tricked’ or ‘forced’ mean? What is the difference between rights and responsibilities? What should you do if you feel someone is sexually abusing you?
G6 What Teenagers Need to Know About Sex Offenses (ND Laws)
  An explanation of the legal terms for sexual offenses and the penalties in North Dakota.
G7 About Adolescent Sex Offenders
  This booklet includes the types of acts young offenders commit, the patterns of seduction and aggression they may use, and reasons why young people commit sexual offenses. Tips for parents are provided.
Adult Survivor’s of Child Sexual Abuse
C2 Talking About Child Sexual Abuse
  Highlights the signs and behaviors in children that may indicate abuse. Provides instructions for screening babysitters and child-care centers and for reporting suspected child abuse; offers guidance to adults who were sexually abused as children; and more.
Z4 Help For Adult Survivor’s of Childhood Abuse
  Definitions and impacts of specific types of child abuse, including emotional maltreatment, physical abuse, sexual abuse and physical neglect. Includes healing, barriers to healing and how to get help.
Z5 About Adults Abused As Children
  Looks at how early child abuse carries over into adulthood. Details problems that may be experienced later in life, and where to go for help and counseling.
Community Professionals
C1 Sexual Abuse Steals So Much From A Child...
A. CSA Poster      B. Tips for Parents      C. Guide for Clergy  
D. Guide for Medical Professionals          E. CSA Dove Pin   
F. Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors - What's Natural &  
    Healthy     
G. CSA Magnet     H. Medical/Psychological Provider Reference Card 
J. Guide for Child Care/Pre-School Providers
  Tips for Parents Discusses good communication with children, gives the physical and behavioral signs of child sexual abuse, provides ideas to keep children safer and explains what to do if your child tells you that he or she has been abused.

Guide for Clergy Recognizing signs of child sexual abuse and what your church as a community leader can do to make a difference.

Guide for Medical Professionals
Recognizing signs of child sexual abuse, responsibilities of the medical profession and how the medical community can make a difference. Includes North Dakota resources.

Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors Definitions of natural and healthy sexual behaviors, prolematic sexual behavior in children, behaviors related to pre-school through 4th grade children, signs to look for in children that may have been sexually abused and where to get help.

Guide for Child Care/Pre-School Providers
Provides signs of child abuse and neglect that can be observed in the child care setting and what to watch for when adults/adolescents are with children. Child care providers are legally mandated reporters of suspected child abuse and neglect.

C8 A Look At Child Sexual Abuse
  An introduction to the many aspects of sexual victimization. What is child sexual abuse? What are the characteristics of child sexual abuse? Who are the abusers? What are the effects of child sexual abuse? Includes treatment., prevention and suggested reading.
Appropriate for Children, Adolescents and Teens
C9 You Don’t Have to Molest That Child
  Understanding thinking errors, emotions and your sexual system. Helps the potential or actual abuser to make a plan of action to seek help.
G5 What a Teenager Needs to Know About Sexual Abuse
  What is sexual abuse? What does ‘tricked’ or ‘forced’ mean? What is the difference between rights and responsibilities? What should you do if you feel someone is sexually abusing you?
G6 What Teenagers Need to Know About Sex Offenses (ND Laws)
  An explanation of the legal terms for sexual offenses and the penalties in North Dakota.
G7 About Adolescent Sex Offenders
  An explanation of adolescent sex offenders. This booklet includes the types of acts young offenders commit, the patterns of seduction and aggression they may use, and reasons why young people commit sexual offenses. Tips for parents are provided.
H1 Spiderman Sexual Abuse Comic Book
  Two stories that teach children strategies for protecting themselves from
sexual abuse. The comic book format provides the ideal way to communicate important information to children in a non-threatening and reassuring manner.
H2 What Every Child Should Know About Sexual Abuse (Activity Book) Ages
2-6
  Puzzles and pictures to color give elementary-school-age kids an
age-appropriate account of what sexual abuse is, and what they can do to
protect themselves. Counsels them to seek help from at trusted adult if
they're being abused.
H3 My Body Belongs To Me
  A story for ages 2-6 years. Children learn that their bodies are their own, how they can protect themselves against unwelcome touch, and the importance of telling a adult if they’ve been touched in a way that makes them feel unsafe.
 
Many more items are available on emotional abuse, child abuse and child neglect. Contact Prevent Child Abuse ND for more information.
  Prevent Child Abuse ND
418 East Rosser Ste. 110
PO Box 1213
Bismarck, ND 58502-1213
Email
Phone 701-223-9052 or 1-800-403-9932
 

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