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 Sexual assault refers to sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent of the victim. A 2010 report from the United States Department of Health and Human Services showed that 9.2% of children were victims of sexual assault.

The following are resources available for parents, professionals, and youth to educate and prevent date rape and dating violence. Resources are constantly being updated.
 
Fact Sheets/Tips/Flyers
Date Rape
Definition of date rape
Date rape drugs fact sheet
10 things you need to know
Updated Strategies to detect a date rape drug
Information on how to detect a date rape drug
What it feels like to be drugged
How to approach date rape
Sexual Assault Statistics
Definitions of different forms of sexual assault

Dating Violence 
 Important Facts
What is dating violence?
Teen Romantic Relationships
Dating violence explained
Dating Violence blog
 Prevent peer sex abuse
Keep your children safe
Sex offenders in your area

Human Trafficking 
Trafficking hotline
All topics list
Important hotlines
Protection of people with special needs
Serving adults and youth at risk
Protect and strengthen Long Island children, seniors, and communities
Serving at youth risk
Request form
Community based services

Internet Sites
Handling sexual abuse for people of all ages- information for children as young as 6th grade all the way through college and adults
Information for teens on date rape

Definition and Facts

Do you know the signs?
Know the truth
Child sex trafficking team
Real accounts
 Fighting hotel sex trafficking
Sex trafficking defined
Exploited boys remain invisible
The truth on child prostitution
Facts, laws, services, resources
FACTS ON Domestic Violence
Help local victims
What you need to know
The disturbing findings
Girls education and mental services
National Snapshot
College Campus Info
Keeping young people safe from their peers
Child on child abuse
  
Publications/Studies/Statistics
Statistics that you need to know
Research by Dr. Albert J. Weitz from Truman State University on the relationship between interpersonal communication and the prevention of date rape
 

Videos

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