Darkness To Light Announces New Stewards Of Children®

Darkness To Light Announces April Release Of The New Stewards Of Children® Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training CHARLESTON, SC – Darkness to Light, a national not-for-profit leader in the prevention of child sexual abuse, announced today the April ...
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New Year’s Resolutions for Youth Serving Organizations

Some of us set personal resolutions for the New Year, but have you ever considered setting one for the youth serving organization you work for? It might be something like: Have all of our staff, volunteers and board members take Stewards of Children® ...

A Look Back: 2022

Major milestones in child sexual abuse prevention were a part of 2022 for Darkness to Light and we are honored to have shared them with you. As we look back on some of the highlights of 2022 it is evident that our mission, to equip and empower adults ...


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What’s With The ANT?!

What’s With The ANT?!

D2L Billboard on I-26 If you were to walk into our office not knowing what we do, your first guess might be entomologists (insect scientists). Throughout the office we have ants of all shapes, sizes and colors decorating each and every corner. It’s funny how we came to be ant enthusiasts, but at Darkness to … Read More

Tuesday Talking Points: Angela Shelton

Angela Shelton is a beacon to millions of survivors in the US. An incest survivor herself, Angela has worked tirelessly to raise awareness about child sexual abuse, and her documentary Searching For Angela Shelton was huge in showing people the prevalence of abusive violence in our society. She is a Voice of Courage Award Recipient … Read More

Tuesday Talking Points: Economic Impact of Child Sexual Abuse

Dr. lori Leachman, Professor of Economics – Duke University Even if you were not sexually abused as a child, even if no one in your family was sexually abused; child sexual abuse impacts your life. The immediate and tangible costs of intervention and treatment for a single incident of substantiated child sexual abuse are $14,345. … Read More