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I am deeply moved by how you interacted with me yesterday, I really felt reassured even though I was shaking after all that had happen. I am again very thankful for how good of a person you were to me and I now feel relieved.

— 15-year-old victim of sextortion

How We Can Help

C3P offers support services to those who have been victimized online. This may include, but is not limited to, those who have been victimized by luring, sextortion, and non-consensual distribution of intimate images, or who have had child sexual abuse images shared online.

The type of support services offered include:

Providing information to caregivers or those concerned about situations they have encountered online and work with them to determine their next steps.

Helping survivors and caregivers manage through a crisis situation to provide support and navigate next steps.

Offering information and support for reporting what’s happened to the appropriate services.

Supporting survivors and caregivers with safety planning throughout the situation.

Helping to disrupt the availability of the abusive and harmful material online.

Helping connect survivors and caregivers to additional support services, like counselling/therapy, peer support, or victim services that may be available in their region.

Advocating for families to help coordinate multi-system responses.

Assisting victims of online sexual exploitation with victim impact statements for criminal proceedings.

Providing survivors with information about financial supports/remedies specific to online victimization that may be available in their region.

If you would like to connect with our support team, please contact us here.

More SupportConnecting with Your Local Child Advocacy Centre

Child and Youth Advocacy Centres exist throughout the country to provide children and families with coordinated support for children who are victims or witnesses to crimes. The support model offers a multi-disciplinary approach in a child-friendly environment. To find out if your community has a child advocacy centre, visit the Child & Youth Advocacy’s National website.

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