AHA accomplishes its work through, presenting ongoing national forums to address child welfare issues, designing and facilitating training efforts, conducting program evaluation and research, providing technical assistance in data collection and utilization, and publishing resources which help communities better meet the needs of vulnerable children and their families.As a national association of child protection programs, agencies and individuals, AHA membership includes state and local service agencies, hospitals, schools, mental health professionals, social workers, child advocates and concerned individuals in every state.is a resource and referral information web site for individuals seeking help with addictive or compulsive computer-based sexual activity.The site provides a variety of articles, books, self-tests and links to counseling for addicts and their family members.Child Welfare Information Gateway connects professionals and concerned citizens to timely, essential information and resources targeted to the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families. Utilizing translators, the counselors can provide assistance in 140 languages.
Cyber Tipline is a toll free line to report any information pertaining to the sexual exploitation of children on the web or in any industry that makes use of child pornography.
The Awareness Center is the Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault (JCASA).
JCASA the only international Jewish organization dedicated to addressing sexual violence in Jewish communities around the world.
JCASA acts as a clearinghouse of information and resources on the topics of childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault, clergy abuse (in the Jewish community), and sex offenders.
JCASA offers a speakers bureau to discuss these topics, an international conference on sexual violence in Jewish communities, and a certification program for rabbis and other professionals interested in working with survivors of sexual violence.
APSAC, a professional membership organization, addresses all facets of the professional response to child maltreatment: prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment.