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Welcome from the TAALK community of survivors!

Healing can be a long road and we want you to know you're not alone. As a matter of fact, experts estimate there are over 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse in America with similar statistics in other countries around the world. Many of them, probably most of them, have never broken the silence.

There are survivors in your community, probably on your street, maybe even in your home. But you'll never know who they are until you give yourself permission to talk about it. Breaking the silence will empower you to heal and inspire others to do the same.

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Welcome Non-Offending Parents!

You are not alone!

If you have just found out that your child has been sexually abused, we understand what you are going through. We understand from personal experience how devastating it can be to hear that your child has been sexually violated. We understand the emotional roller coaster you are on, including bouts of despair, confusion, anger, fear, and guilt. We understand the stress and pressure of having to manage interactions with law enforcement, child protective services, attorneys, therapists, court proceedings, and your child's pain - all while keeping up with the normal routine of work, grocery shopping, laundry, cooking, bills, and homework. You may have even lost your income because your child's offender was the sole income provider. It may feel like more than you can handle, but you can. We have been through it and come out the other side and so will you. 

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If you're sexually abusing a child – please stop! 

We know that's easier said than done. Just as survivors of child sexual abuse need support to move through their healing process, we know you need support to move through your process as well. We also know that every time you choose to abuse a child, it brings that child into a very dark place AND continues your spiral into a dark lonely place that may seem hopeless and leave you feeling helpless. We urge you to get the help you need to stop this cycle that hurts everyone involved.

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