Parents CaregiversAs a parent, it can be incredibly challenging and overwhelming to navigate these sensitive and often taboo topics, especially when you may not know where to turn for help. That's why we're here. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with the information, resources, and support to help your children move forward towards a healthier and happier future.

You may be a parent of a child who has been impacted by another child’s sexual behavior. Your child may have shown sexual behaviors that are concerning to you. This may include sexual behavior with other children in your home. All of this can feel overwhelming.

If you are seeking resources and information on sexual development and problematic sexual behaviors in children aged 3-12, visit our Children page.

If you are seeking resources and information for problematic and potentially illegal sexual behaviors of teenagers aged 12-18, visit our Adolescents page.

If you are seeking resources and information to support children impacted by another child’s sexual behavior or siblings, visit our Impacted Children page.

We understand that dealing with problematic sexual behaviors in your child can be a difficult and emotional experience. You may be feeling confused, frustrated, or even ashamed, but please know that you are not alone. Our website is here to provide you with a wealth of information and guidance on how to identify, understand, and address these issues in a supportive and compassionate way. We are committed to helping you find the help you need to support your child and family through this challenging time. So take a deep breath, and know that we are here for you.

If you are looking for help for yourself, visit our Taking Care of You page.

The content for the parent and the caregiver section of the website was developed in collaboration with NCSBY'S Caregiver Partnership Board.