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Little Warriors is a national organization committed to the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse.
Little Warriors is committed to:
- Provide awareness and information about child sexual abuse.
- Provide child sexual abuse prevention strategies to adults through education.
- Provide information about healing and support resources.
- Provide a treatment facility to help children cope with the devastating effects of child sexual abuse.
Goals & Objectives
- Relay a fundamental prevention education message, to culturally sensitive communities, that fit the needs of the growing multi-cultural and Aboriginal communities across Canada.
- Enhancement of community impact to provide prevention training and mental health treatment subsidies to high risk and vulnerable individuals within communities.
- Give rise to community resource access. Provide Canadians with local and national child sexual abuse resource information.
- Spread the message of responsibility, action and hope by educating specially selected volunteers to deliver the prevention training across Canada.
- Reduce the stigma on child sexual abuse, and facilitate an increased transfer of skills and knowledge, through the advanced development of a compelling child sexual abuse Canadian prevention program.
- Create road blocks for sexual predators and encourage organizations to incorporate mandatory child sexual abuse prevention policies and procedures.
“Prevent It!” is a free workshop brought to you by Little Warriors designed to teach adults about child sexual abuse. You’ll learn how to effectively prevent and respond to sexual abuse. Experts estimate 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys will experience sexual abuse; 95% of those children know their perpetrator. 95% of cases go unreported. Sign up for your city’s free workshop here:
- Create warrior-like compassion. Turn pain into change. Commit to bring access to a treatment centre for all the children across Canada who have been sexually abused.
- Provide a safe and secure treatment centre for children and youth who have been sexually abused.
- Address versus suppress the core mental health issues stemming from child sexual abuse. Open up the door for children to access a vital mental health treatment service. A centre that currently does not exist in Canada.
- Help to fill the mental health gap of time-delayed traditional child sexual abuse counselling methods and provide effective clinical focused treatment that will be the first of its kind in Canada.