National Children’s Alliance PSA on Comedy Central

 NCA recently developed a new public service announcement about the courage it takes for kids to disclose abuse and the courage it takes for adults to report it.  This campaign is called “Help Victims Become Survivors.” Yesterday, with the help of Peter Connors and other PR experts, this PSA played during the Colbert Report on Comedy Central. We hope this PSA generates discussion in homes around the country about the importance of empowering children to disclose abuse. You can check out the PSA again here! #StandUpStepForward @CSCNWA


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