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NSPCC’s RebuildingChildhoods Campaign

NSPCC Rebuilding Childhoods Children in the UK who have been sexually abused are missing out on the therapeutic treatment they need for a brighter future. Cruelty to children must stop. FULL STOP. Every year nearly 60,000 children in the UK who have been sexually abused miss out on therapeutic treatment to help them recover Sexual abuse can disrupt brain development which from their ordeal. has a knock-on detrimental affect for behaviour, learning and health. It can also cause post traumatic stress disorder and lead to depression or suicide. 50% Around 50% of sexually abused children suffer mental health problems. More than 20,000 sex offences against children are recorded by police in England and Wales every year. There is barely one therapeutic service per 10,000 children throughout the UK. 41,000 A0,000 The NSPCC wants every sexually abused child to have access to therapy. Recent NSPCC research shows one in 20 secondary school children have been sexually abused. If you're an adult worried about a child, contact the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000 or visit for further information. If you're a child and you need to talk, call ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit us online at NSPCC HELPLINE ChildLine 0808 800 5000 0800 1111 216401 and SC037717. llustrations by Ashley May, NSPCC

NSPCC’s RebuildingChildhoods Campaign

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One in twenty children in the UK are sexually assaulted before the age of 18; yet services to help children overcome the trauma of sexual abuse are patchy and there is little consistency in treatment ...


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