“We encourage parents and community members to go online and take these free, short courses. Although public awareness about child sexual abuse has increased, most adults do not have the information or the resources needed to prevent abuse. As a result, it is difficult for adults to help educate children or other adults about child sexual abuse or to protect children from abuse,” said Mary Lucero, PCAU Executive Director. “Comprehensive child abuse prevention requires that children, educators, parents and community members all be educated on child sexual abuse prevention.”
PCAU is the only prevention education provider approved by the Utah Board of Education that has the necessary resources to deliver this critical education and information statewide.
Please log on to PCAUtah.org, or visit Prevent Child Abuse Utah’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/preventchildabuseutah/) for more information about free programs that can be provided at your school or for your family.
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