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We collaborate with leading national and international organizations who provide valuable additional services and support for survivors of sexual abuse.

It can sometimes be hard to talk about sexual assault, especially with people you care about. The U.S. Center for SafeSport developed a guide to help survivors connect with compassionate, confidential professionals at trusted national and local organizations. We believe it’s imperative that survivors talk about what happened and get the support they deserve.


Bullying and hazing can occur in many different ways and can happen to anyone. Whether you’re looking for resources for yourself or your child, the U.S. Center for SafeSport has developed informational guides to help to identify, prevent and respond to bullying and hazing. If you are a coach, don’t forget to read Bullying Prevention: What Great Coaches Need to Know.

We know you might have questions on the changes to the Title IX Regulations and how they apply to the SafeSport Code. Read our FAQS and watch our informational video to get your questions answered. 


The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all our daily lives, particularly in the sports community. Online communication poses unique safety risks, so be sure to read our online safety guides geared towards keeping your child safe during this challenging time.

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