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You’re not alone. Find safe spaces to speak out and be heard by other survivors. Get support if you can. You can heal. Things can get better. Telling someone might be one of the scariest things you’ve ever done, but it can also be a really important step toward freedom.

— International Survivor Survey participant

Survivor and Victim Voices

We are dedicated to working in collaboration with survivors and victims. Some of the ways we work together are through political advocacy and in the development of the resources and public awareness. Learn more about how we work with survivors through advocacy.

Sharing Your Experience

Learning from survivors of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) and their protective family members is crucial to understanding the gaps in supports and services needed to better protect children. We have three surveys for survivors to help us increase understanding about the impacts of this crime and the challenges survivors and their families face.

Your voice is important. We invite you to share your own experience(s) through our safe and anonymous surveys:

  • The second edition of the International Survivors' Survey which allows survivors to share the history of their experience
  • The Survey for Protective Parents contributes to an increased understanding of the experiences of survivors and their families, helping us to learn how to advance supports, resources, and programming for the countless individuals who have been affected by this crime, including those often closest to survivors
  • C3P’s Survivor Survey on Image Removal focuses on the impacts of the distribution of child sexual abuse material on survivors

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