Every 2 minutes another American is sexually assaulted.
Sexual assault, sexual abuse, rape, and campus rape statistics
have grown in our nation at an alarming rate.
Infants, toddlers, adolescents, teens, and adults are victims of sexual assault.
Together, we MUST do something NOW!
Sexual Assault & Abuse: Minors
Abuse – Finding Hope in Christ by John Henderson
Anxiety – Anatomy & Cure by Robert W. Kellemen
DVD – Boys & Men Healing from Child Sexual Abuse
Betrayal Trauma: The Logic of Forgetting Childhood Abuse by Jennifer Freyd
Courage to Heal by Laura Davis
Depression – The Sun Always Rises by Margaret Ashmore
No Secrets No Lies: How Black Families Can Heal from Sexual Abuse by Robin Stone
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Jeremy Lelek
Rid of My Disgrace by Justin S. Holcomb & Lindsey A. Holcomb
DVD – Searching For Angela Shelton
Sexual Abuse – Beauty for Ashes by Robert W. Kellemen
The Courage to be Me: A story of Courage, Self-compassion, and Hope after Sexual Abuse by Dr. Nina Burrowes
DVD – The Healing Years – Healing From Child Sexual Abuse
Victims No Longer: The Classic Guide for Men Recovering from Sexual Child Abuse by Mike Lew
Sexual Assault & Abuse: Adults
Justice Denied – What America Must Do To Protect Our Children by Marci Hamilton
Campus Rape: Nationwide
Sexual Assault and College Campuses – Statistics The following statistics were compiled by the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault
At least 1 in 4 college women will be the victim of a sexual assault during her academic career.
At least 80% of all sexual assaults are committed by an acquaintance of the victim.
48.8% of college women who were victims of attacks that met the study’s definition of rape did not consider what happened to them rape.
More than 70% of rape victims knew their attackers, compared to about half of all violent crime victims.
On average, at least 50% of college students’ sexual assaults are associated with alcohol use
Within the study’s nationally represented sample of college students the results found that 74% of perpetrators and 55% of rape victims had been drinking alcohol prior to the assault.
In a survey of high school students, 56% of girls and 76% of boys [some of whom may be incoming college freshmen] believed forced sex was acceptable under some circumstances.