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The U.S. National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children and Adolescents

Join our movement of survivors and allies by endorsing the U.S.National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children and Adolescents. This roadmap outlines steps the United States federal government can take to prevent sexual violence against children and adolescents, and ensure that those who experience sexual violence have access to the healing and justice they deserve. Read the U.S. National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children press release here.

Get Involved

1. Read the blueprint
3. Share the blueprint
We All Have A Role To Play
We all have a role to play to prevent violence and #keepkidssafe.


Now more than ever, we must act to build and expand on the services to help our country’s vulnerable children and youth. 


Violence is preventable. Together, we can create a healthier, safer world for every child. Join us and #keepkidssafe.
1. Sign Our Call to the Biden-Harris Administration
Join us in calling on the Biden-Harris Administration to launch a bold Presidential Initiative to end sexual violence against children and adolescents  during the first 200 days of the Administration. Additionally, we are asking for April 8th to be designated as the “World Day for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, Healing, and Justice.” By raising awareness, mobilizing comprehensive legislation, and expanding programs focused on prevention, healing, and justice, we can make remarkable progress to #keepkidssafe.
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2. Post On
Social Media
Join #KeepKidsSafe in calling on the Biden-Harris Administration to prioritize child sexual abuse prevention, healing and justice in the first 200 days of the Administration. Take action NOW by signing the letter at www.keep-kids-safe.org 📝 #SAAM
3. Contact Your Representatives
Comprehensive legislation is needed now. Contact your Member of Congress today to encourage them to introduce legislation to build and expand programs focused on prevention, healing, and justice to keep kids safe from sexual violence.

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3. Contact Your
Representative
Reach out to your representative and advocate for children and youth. Using our pre-populated emails, you can quickly send a message to your lawmaker and share why it is essential to support violence prevention and response during COVID-19. Or call your elected official, using our talking points and sample #keepkidssafe script.
To email your representative, follow the steps below.
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Step 1

Find your representatives by putting your zipcode into the widget below (your representatives may already be there). Please note your message will be sent to all reps who appear.
Step 2
Click 'Send Message'.
Step 3
 then paste into the box (feel free to customize).
Step 4
Select 'Welfare' topic, click send.
Final step
Create account. The easiest way to do this is to click 'log-in with Facebook'.
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Read this script
Hi. My name is [____] and I am constituent from [city, state].

I’m calling to ask [Senator/Representative _______] to invest at least $300 million in “emergency funding” to strengthen child safety and protection programs in the next COVID-19 Relief Package. Stay at home orders and isolation are vital to flattening the curve of coronavirus, but they are also exposing children to an increased risk of violence.

Many children are now hidden from an army of mandated reporters who would have protected them:  teachers, doctors, dentists, and even child protective service professionals. Many states have sidelined child protective service workers and have failed to provide personal protective equipment to ensure our child welfare professionals can be in contact with our most at-risk youth.

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted serious problems for vulnerable children. But timely action by Congress can help reduce their risk for violence and keep kids safe. I believe that our response to COVID-19 must include resources to help protect kids, prevent violence, and provide services to help abused children heal and seek justice. 

Thank you.
4. Commit To
Preventing Violence
Here's the fact: 1 in 10 children in the U.S. will be sexually abused before the age of 18. But here's another fact: Every adult can play a role in ending child sexual abuse against children. Learn about small steps you can take to #keepkidssafe and prevent sexual violence against children.

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Every child deserves
to be safe.
We must act now to protect vulnerable children from violence. Your voice has the power to influence elected officials. Together, we can drive positive change and build back a safer world for every child. Join us and #keepkidssafe today!
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