If you are the mother of a sexually abused child, this site is for you.

The MOSAC site is designed specifically for mothers who have experienced the sexual abuse of one of their children. Life is difficult for mothers following the disclosure of a child's abuse, and they often have few, if any, resources available to them. Mothers sometimes have no supportive family or friends. They often have very little knowledge about child sexual abuse and want to read about and understand what has happened to their children. Most mothers of sexually abused children say that they need and want help following disclosure. This site is designed to be a comprehensive source of information about sexual abuse and to offer support and resources.  


Recent News



Soup Sunday Draws Hundreds to Support Child Victims
The Tennessean writes about a soup event that has been occurring for more than 20 years. Some of Nashville's most popular chefs serve their favorite soup recipes for the benefit of a Nashville no Read More...



Child Sexual Abuse and Assault Prevention Legislation Moves Forward
The Daily Ardmoreite in Oklahoma City, OK reports on legislation aimed at educating children about sexual abuse and prevention. The bill has passed the Senate Education committee, clearing a Read More...



Child Sex Abuse Awareness Not Filtering Down to Frontline, Report Warns
The Guardian reports on the discrepancy between numbers of child sex abuse victims and identification and protection for those children. Too many child victims and children at risk Read More...



Police: Mom Didn't Report Sex Abuse by Son to Keep Monthly Check
KMTV News reports that a mother in Nebraska didn't tell authorities that her son was sexually abusing her other 3 children, and she continued to allow them being in danger. The 31-year-old mother Read More...



$1.3 Million in Funding Announced for Child Victims of Sex Abuse
NEWS TALK 770 in Calgary, Canada reports on February 7, 2015 that government is taking steps to ensure that child victims of sexual abuse will have access to additional counseling services a Read More...



Sex Abuse Victims: Girls Get Sympathy; Boys Get High-Fives
The Standard Examiner published an article about a 16-year-old male high school student who was sexually abused over a period of two months in 2008. He did not report the abuse, instead bragging about Read More...