Good touch bad touch (age 16 – 24)

good touch bad touch (age 16 - 24)

“It’s not easy to report sexual abuse. But talking to someone can help you feel better and get the support you need. Tell somebody you trust (perhaps a parent, teacher or doctor), even if the person who touched you is a friend of the family or a relative. If the first person you go to can’t or won’t help, tell someone else until you find somebody who believes you and can support you. If the person who touched you in this way lives in your home or is often near you (maybe at church or your place of work), it’s really important to tell someone so that it doesn’t happen again. You could also access a youth-friendly service for people who have experienced sexual abuse.”