Preventing, Identifying, and Reporting Child Sexual Abuse in Maryland
Clicking the link above will take you to the web page that hosts MCASA’s online training module. For a general introduction to child sexual abuse prevention, please visit MCASA’s 101 Guide to Child Sexual Abuse Prevention.
The purpose of this training is to teach Maryland educators and clinicians the effects of child sexual abuse (CSA), prevention techniques, and Maryland-specific mandatory reporting requirements.
This training is self-paced and designed to be about 90 minutes long. You will receive a Certificate of Completion. Counselors, therapists, and licensed social workers are eligible for CEUs at the conclusion of the training.
MCASA appreciates the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for its support of this project.