If you are the mother of a sexually abused child, this site is for you.

The MOSAC site is designed specifically for mothers who have experienced the sexual abuse of one of their children. Life is difficult for mothers following the disclosure of a child's abuse, and they often have few, if any, resources available to them. Mothers sometimes have no supportive family or friends. They often have very little knowledge about child sexual abuse and want to read about and understand what has happened to their children. Most mothers of sexually abused children say that they need and want help following disclosure. This site is designed to be a comprehensive source of information about sexual abuse and to offer support and resources.

Recent News



FAQ: The ACE Study
This article, published by Stop Abuse Campaign, is a resource containing comprehensive information and resources. These include basic information about the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Stu Read More...



What Everyone Needs to Know about Registered Sex Offenders
This article, What Everyone Needs to Know About Sex Offenders, published by Stop Abuse Campaign, provides information about sex offenders. It answers questions about the number of sex offenders, what Read More...



A Beautiful Lie About Child Abuse
This is an powerful  article published by the Stop Abuse Campaign, initially published August 13, 2014. It presents the fact that most people have difficulty believing the pre Read More...



Behaviors to Watch Out for When Adults are with Children
This article lists behaviors that you should watch for whenever an adult is with your child.“Personal space” is the private area of control inside an imaginary line or boundary that define Read More...



Courts vs Kids VII
The Stop Abuse Campaign published the seventh installment in our Courts vs Kids series by Barry Goldstein. SOLUTIONSThe ACE research provides the ability to safeguard millions of children from a lifet Read More...



Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: "Do's" and "Don'ts" for Busy Parents
Huff Post published a blog on October 29, providing "Do's" and "Don'ts" for preventing child sexual abuse. The author talks about having no understanding of what was involved in protecting a child whe Read More...