Recovering from Sexual Abuse

While few children nationwide enter foster care solely because of sexual abuse, it affects many families that are involved in the child welfare system. When parents have been sexually abused themselves, it can be even more painful to confront their children’s experiences and help them heal. This issue focuses on how parents can help their children recover and break a cycle of abuse in their families.


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