Statistics of Child Sexual Abuse
"The kids are so confident with unsure and unsafe touches and what their plan of action is--to tell a safe adult! We have had many conversations about this."
"Our youth needs more of this type of education to help keep them safe."
"This is a great program for parents who aren't necessarily comfortable talking with their kids about this, and vice versa."
We ask teachers and caregivers for their feedback so we can continually fine-tune the program to ensure that all children learn about body safety in a comfortable environment and encourage the conversation to continue at home. Here is some of the feedback we have received:
Important Links & Resources
The Kids Have Rights program is a program that educates and empowers students, school staff, parents, and caregivers to recognize, prevent, and stop child sexual abuse.
The Kids Have Rights program has curriculum for kindergarten through fourth-grade students that teaches body safety in an engaging, child-centered, and age-appropriate manner.
Kids Have Rights has been named a model for body safety prevention education by the Governor's Taskforce on the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and the Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance.