• Straight Talk: Real Conversations for People Who Care About Kids


    Child Sexual Abuse
    Child sexual abuse can often be difficult to identify. The majority of child sexual abuse victims know their abuser. These abusers are not always adults. They could also be other children and teens. 
    More resources can be found online at Schlow Library. 
    Past Straight Talk Recordings on Child Sexual Abuse 
    Presenter: Cameron Frantz
    To learn more about the program, please view the following short interview: Stewards of Children is a two-hour, evidence-informed training program that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for parents, youth-serving organizations, and other concerned community members. This training is for anyone who wants to make a difference in their community by educating adults about the protection of children. Contact Cameron Frantz to find out about future sessions that are open to the public or to schedule a presentation for your organization. Click here for a list of community resources available for prevention and treatment for child sexual abuse. 

    The Straight Talk Seminars are made possible by the Straight Talk Task Force, including members from:
    The Jana Marie Foundation, Youth Service Bureau, Communities that Care Partnership and the State College Area School District administration, faculty and staff. 
Last Modified on April 20, 2017