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We offer preventative, responsive, and educational resources. Our preventative resources help parents and caregivers navigate preventing child sexual abuse in their households. We break down sex crimes against children, how to prevent them, and how to talk to your children about dangers they face. Our responsive resources support both parents and then professionals that work with children and families. Our response guides help parents understand the “what-now” when a child is victimized. Lastly, our educational resources are our virtual and in person classes. We teach parents and professionals to address the specific challenges that come with raising, protecting and finding justice for children. Our preference is to connect with you in person and discuss prevention!


Shut Up and Listen: The Art of Minimal Facts Interviews 

This class is only available to multidisciplinary teams or agencies that fulfill a role on an MDT. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define what a minimal facts interview is and its crucial role in a child abuse investigation.

  2. Grasp the detrimental consequences for child abuse investigations when minimal facts interviews are not utilized.

  3. Develop your minimal facts interview skills to both support your investigations and engage your MDT and community in the sensitive nature of questioning children.

Prevention Partner Training


This class is available for any organization that serves or works with children. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. What does child sexual abuse look like from grooming into abuse? 

  2. What do perpetrators do to be in a position to sexually abuse children and continue the abuse? 

  3. How to prevent child sexual abuse as a professional and organizationally.

  4. Best practices for what to do if you suspect a child is being abuse or if you receive a disclosure from a child. 


Prevention Starts with Parents - What to Know and What to Do About It

We desire to not overcomplicate the responsibility of preventing child sexual abuse. Although child sexual abuse is complex, parents are truly in the best position to prevent these crimes. You don’t have to be a professional or have a specific degree. We will make you feel confident in protecting your children from sexual abuse, and how to approach this topic with your children. 

"I brought Alison in to coach our parents and volunteers on how to protect children. The feedback I got from all of them was that the class was incredibly helpful and thought-provoking. The conversation about how to protect children doesn't happen nearly enough but every time it does it has the impact to protect even more children. Bringing Alison in is a must.”

- Phillip, Senior Pastor

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"When justice is done, it brings joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers."
Proverbs 21:15 

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Disclaimer: Any resources available through Prevention Starts with Parents are not a substitute for contacting law enforcement or a child protection agency if you suspect abuse or neglect. If you or your child are in imminent danger, please call 911 immediately. The resources provided are intended solely for educational purposes and support in preventing child sexual abuse. These resources are built on best practice, research and experience. They do not guarantee any desired outcome or promise.

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