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Safer Society Foundation Website

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Safer Society Foundation


The Safer Society Foundation maintains a national database of professionals who provide specialized treatment services for persons with sexual behavior problems. This web site seeks to provide information and resources related to many aspects of sexual abuse and its societal impacts. Safer Society Press distributes books on prevention, treatment, and policy for survivors, persons in treatment, families, and professionals. Safer Society Foundation also provides a tool for finding providers - there are currently very few residential treatment programs in New York State providing treatment for this cohort of youth.  



General Support for FamiliesMental HealthResidential Care/PlacementsSexual Acting Out/AbuseSexual HealthTraining and Technical AssistanceTreatment and Recovery

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