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פארוואס קען אזאנס נישט זיין ביי אונץ - Why Can't There Be Such A Thing By Us

Posted: Apr 03, 2012 11:23 PM EDT
Updated: Apr 04, 2012 12:27 AM EDT
NEWTON — Strangers are a comparatively small threat to children. Studies show up to 90 percent of sexual predators are actually known to the young victims.
Prevent Child Abuse — New Jersey (PCA-NJ), the state chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, has selected Sussex County-based Project Self-Sufficiency to be one of three organizations in New Jersey to take part in a ground-breaking effort to end child sexual abuse.
"We are very excited to be one of the groups to be chosen to bring such an important program to our community," said Claire Willetts, program coordinator for Project Self-Sufficiency. "We are looking forward to working with Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey to bring the information, the awareness and the necessary education to our communities."
According to Willetts, PSS will be the lead agency running the training classes for community volunteers throughout Sussex and Warren counties. The volunteers are made up of professionals such as police officers, teachers and clergy members who already have a background in child abuse prevention.
"We are currently in the process of training the trainers," Willetts said. "Our first training class had forty volunteers from a number of different professions from Sussex and Warren counties."
The training is part of PCA-NJ's Enough Abuse Campaign that seeks to provide an educational curriculum to local professionals that is focused on the prevention of child sexual abuse.
These professionals will then bring their expertise to the local level and provide free training to other local groups as well as individuals such as parents and teachers.
The training involves recognizing the signs, or "red flags" of child sexual abuse, as well as techniques to communicate with children and provide the proper help.
"This is a community wide effort that we all need to be a part of," Willetts said. "Project Self-Sufficiency is proud to be able to provide the education to volunteers who could take it out to the community."
The Newton agency will be joined by Prevention Education Inc. (PEI) Kids, located in Mercer County, and Wynona's House, headquartered in Newark, as the first organizations in New Jersey to replicate the Enough Abuse campaign throughout their communities.
The initiative aims to educate teens and adults about the nature and scope of child sexual abuse, and provide the tools necessary to protect children.
For example, studies continue to show that many parents believe the major risk of child sexual abuse involves strangers, when in fact, up to 90 percent of sexual predators are actually known to the victim.
"Child sexual abuse is a serious public health problem in New Jersey and causes devastating harm to victims," commented Rush Russell, executive director of PCA-NJ. "We congratulate these three communities for their courage and commitment to taking action now to prevent any child from being sexually abused, and we look forward to expanding the network of committed communities statewide."
With funding support in the form of training materials and staff education from the Ms. Foundation for Women and Prevent Child Abuse America, PCA-NJ has established the New Jersey Partnership to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse, bringing together experts from every sector and region of the state who share a commitment to preventing child sexual abuse.
"This educational outreach program will build on Project Self-Sufficiency's 25-year history of assisting families with their goals of becoming stable and economically self-sufficient," said Alison Lampron, Enough Abuse Program Coordinator at PSS, said. "Protecting our children from harm is an adult responsibility, and we are confident that the Enough Abuse Campaign will help to prevent child sexual abuse and result in safer, more stable families in our community."
The partnership is currently working on a new strategic plan for New Jersey to strengthen efforts to prevent child sexual abuse, and will also help to oversee the three local community projects as they begin their work.
Activist Jetta Bernier, who serves as the executive director of the Massachusetts Citizens for Children organization, was the keynote speaker at Friday's launch ceremony for the new program at Project Self-Sufficiency's Newton campus.  
"The Enough Abuse campaign is all about action," Bernier said. "We have got to take action to prevent child sexual abuse."
Bernier provides leadership in the areas of child abuse prevention, family support, and child welfare, and directs the "Enough Abuse Campaign" in the state of Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts initiative was funded through a five-year grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 2002 to 2007, and is currently supported by the Ms. Foundation for Women.
"There is not one particular program that will change society and the way it deals with child sexual abuse, so we must look to other public health initiatives," Bernier said. "Social movements must have strategies on several fronts. Thoughtfully, diligently, we will educate people and encourage them to take action, and we will build this movement."
Bernier also is co-chair of the Coalition to Reform Sex Abuse Laws, a grassroots coalition that succeeded in 2006 in extending Massachusetts' criminal statute of limitations in cases of child sexual abuse and that is working to pass the Comprehensive Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Act of 2009 petition to address gaps in current laws.
In New Jersey, state law sets a statute of limitations for sex-abuse victims to begin prosecution in criminal court within five years of the victim's 18th birthday, this includes charges of sexual assault, criminal sexual contact and endangering welfare of children.
In civil court, victims have a two-year limit from the time of the sexual assault to sue the abuser in civil court. However, a judge has the power to waive the two-year limit.
The two-year limit is very small compared to neighboring states.
In New York, victims of childhood sex abuse have until the age of 23 to file suit. In Pennsylvania, victims have until they are 30, and in Connecticut, victims have 30 years to sue. Delaware has no limit.
If you're interested
For information about the Enough Abuse community outreach program, or any of the other programs and services offered at Project Self-Sufficiency, call 973-940-3500.