Child Safety Resources

We encourage parents and caregivers to take advantage of the child safety resources available in this section of the Revved Up Kids website. Have a resource to suggest for this page?

Do you suspect a child is being abused?

Do you suspect a child is being trafficked?

Recommended websites

Revved Up Kids does not have a formal partnership with any of these organizations, but we recommend their content for parents seeking support on various topics:

Recommended Books & Videos

Parents should pre-screen before sharing with children and teens.

Books for Adults

Beyond the Big Talk: A parents guide to raising sexually healthy teens (Debra W Haffner)

Facing Violence (Rory Miller)

Off Limits: A parent's guide to keeping children safe (Feather Berkower)

Protecting the Gift (Gavin de Becker)

Scars of Survival Magazine (Sathya Callender)

Strong on Defense (Sanford Strong)

The Friendly Enemy (Lorraine Fast)

The Gift of Fear (Gavin de Becker)

Books for Children

Bobby & Mandee's Safety Series (Robert Kahn)

C is for Consent (Eleanor Morrison)

Child Lures (Kenneth Wooden)

Dating Smarts: What every teen needs to know... (Amy Lang)

Gracie Finds Her Voice (Jacob Williams)

Grant Gets His Shield (Jacob Williams)

I said No! A kid-to-kid guide..... (Kimberly & Zack King)

My Body Belongs to Me (Jill Starishevsky)

Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept (Jayneen Sanders)

The Trouble With Secrets (Karen Johnsen)

Revved Up Kids Partners in Prevention

Revved Up Kids collaborates with the following like-minded organizations whose missions align with ours:


Darkness to Light

Darkness to Light provides education for adults who want to prevent child sexual abuse in their communities and to create environments that are set up to foster safe interaction between children and adults. Revved Up Kids is proud to have earned Darkness2Light Partner In Prevention status.
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Defined With Purpose

DWP is a faith based non-profit organization that mentors those who have experienced child molestation and significant trauma. In addition to mentorship, we help cover the cost of therapy and legal fees for those families who cannot afford it, while offering parental support groups, advocacy, emotional support and as path to healing for our clients as well as their families. Defined with Purpose services male and female clients from the age of 3 all the way into adulthood.

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Georgia Center for Child Advocacy

The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy champions the needs of sexually and severely physically abused children through prevention, intervention, therapy, and collaboration. These services are provided at no cost to children who reside in or were abused in DeKalb or Fulton County.
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Rescuing Hope

Rescuing Hope's mission is to enlighten the public about sex trafficking in America, educate potential victims and first responders, and empower advocates and survivors.

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Saprea exists to liberate individuals and society from sexual abuse and its lasting impacts. Saprea offers programs that support survivor healing (including retreats, support groups and online resources) and prevention programs focused on teaching parents and caregivers to proactively apply research-based best practices to reduce the risk of sexual abuse happening to the children they love.

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Scars of Survival Magazine

Scars of Survival Magazine is published by CEO/Founder Mrs. Sathya Callender of Scars of Survival Inc. Scars of Survival is the go-to magazine for the domestic violence community. Readers anticipate the monthly publication for its compelling stories/testimonies that touch the heart and spirit of men, women, and children reminding them that all things are possible through Christ, you CAN survive, heal, and thrive.

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Street Grace

Street Grace's mission is to eradicate the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC). All Street Grace Initiatives rest on at least one of four pillars - Prevention, Protection, Policy, and Pursuit - and employ innovative technology, experienced policy and legislative experts, and strategic programs that increase awareness, educate, and enable action against this horrific threat to the well-being of our children and our community.

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