Making a Difference

Prevention. Protection. Healing.


“We can’t heal what we don’t reveal.”

Reveal to Heal is a non-profit dedicated to preventing all forms of child sexual abuse and helping survivors heal from its effects. We exist to empower people to prevent child sexual abuse and embolden survivors in their pursuit of healing and restoration. 


About Us

We can’t heal what we don’t reveal. We can’t address that which we don’t understand. Therefore, at Reveal to Heal we believe that with proper education and training we can reduce the likelihood of child sexual abuse. 

Reveal to Heal also believes that it’s time to start addressing the topic of sexual abuse prevention and awareness in the faith environment and address its spiritual impact. Too often, members of the faith community have been misinformed or uninformed about the complexities of abuse and its affects. 

Our hope is that communities of faith can become the safest communities for the vulnerable and victimized. We seek to shine a light on the Biblical truths of God’s love for the broken, oppressed, and victimized. Our prayer is that survivors of sexual abuse can heal their spiritual wounds through the power and love of Jesus Christ. 



General Statistics

  • 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before the age of 18.
  • There are an estimated 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse in America alone.
  • Over 90% of children are sexually abused by someone they know and trust.
  • Studies show most child sexual abuse can be prevented through educating children, youth, and adults combined with a comprehensive set of prevention policies. 
  • The Child Molestation Research and Prevention Institute believes that 95% of child sexual abuse is preventable through proper education. 
  • The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that only 30% of sexual abuse cases are reported to authorities. 

Additional Statistics for Communities of Faith

  • 40% of Americans attend church weekly and 85% attend at least once a year.
  • According to Lifeway Research, nearly half of Protestant churchgoers say they have been sexually victimized, with some of those instances happening within the church. 
  • 10% of Protestants under age 35 reported leaving a church because of sexual misconduct. 
  • Researchers have found that only 3% of accredited seminaries in the U.S. had a focused course on child maltreatment.
  • Recent studies have shown that survivors of child sexual abuse had a “significant” spiritual injury. The injuries included feelings of guilt, anger, grief, despair, doubt, fear of death, and belief that God is unfair. 

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