Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Media

1 in 10 children in the United States will be sexually abused before they turn 18. D2L media efforts shed light on the magnitude of child sexual abuse, with the understanding that this issue can be prevented, stopped, and overcome. As adults, we are solely responsible for the safety of children and as a result, our media is targeted to adult audiences - parents, caregivers, and administration/staff of youth serving organizations.

As part of adult responsibility, we are committed to providing media that factually and responsibly addresses the issue of child sexual abuse. If you would like more information, please contact our media department at

Co-Branding Opportunities

D2L offers a variety of marketing and advertising items that can be co-branded for community awareness and training initiatives. Pictured is a sample billboard advertisement. Links and logos can be customized to fit the needs of the initiative and organization. For further information, e-mail

Stewards of Children® Trailer

This video provides a quick overview of D2L's award-winning Stewards of Children child sexual abuse prevention training program. For a more in-depth look, view the six-minute informational video.

Childhood Stories

This poignant documentary provides an eye-opening view of child sexual abuse from the viewpoint of its survivors.

Into the Light

The sequel to "Childhood Stories," this documentary features survivors appearing in the newest version of Stewards of Children, released in 2013.

"1 in 10 Children"

Only 27% of sexually abused children tell someone within the first year following abuse. Many never tell. This video provides discussion of the facts of child sexual abuse and its impact on child victims.

"Consequences of Child Sexual Abuse"

50% of child sexual abuse victims suffer trauma severe enough to follow them into adulthood. This video examines the long-term effects for children and communities.

"Abusers -- Often Known and Trusted"

90% of child sexual abuse victims are violated by someone they know and trust. This video shows that an abuser can be anyone - a family member, friend, or acquaintance.

"Talking with Kids"

Talking to children about our bodies, sex, and boundaries helps them recognize and report potentially unsafe situations. This video provides a practical look at "teaching moments" that help adults build protective foundations for kids.